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Annual Report

4/16/2019

Annual Report 2017

In 2017, the national economy strengthened the dynamism seen in 2016. The improved performance of the Cape Verdean economy, which grew 3.9 percent in volume (3.8 percent in 2016), was favored by the continued recovery of the country’s partner economies and their labor markets, as well as fiscal (especially through public investments and increased staff costs, with a significant multiplier effect) and monetary impulses (as a result of reinforced measures aimed at easing monetary policy in June). 
 

4/16/2019

In 2017, the national economy strengthened the dynamism seen in 2016. The improved performance of the Cape Verdean economy, which grew 3.9 percent in volume (3.8 percent in 2016), was favored by the continued recovery of the country’s partner economies and their labor markets, as well as fiscal (especially through public investments and increased staff costs, with a significant multiplier effect) and monetary impulses (as a result of reinforced measures aimed at easing monetary policy in June). 
 


10/4/2013

The country’s weak growth in recent years calls for a thorough assessment of our economy’s growth potential and an outline of structural reforms that effectively leverage the private sector and reduce risks to public finances as well as to macroeconomic, finan¬cial and exchange rate stability.


1/14/2013

The year 2011 was marked by a reversal of the trend of global economic recovery from the severe financial and economic crisis, which started in 2008.


6/21/2011

Report of the Administrative Council of the BCV


1/1/2009

Report of the Administrative Council of the BCV


1/1/2008

Report of the Administrative Council of the BCV


1/1/2007

Report of the Administrative Council of the BCV


1/1/2006

Report of the Administrative Council of the BCV


1/1/2005

1/1/2004