Mozambique: 12-month average inflation rises for the first time since 2017 - INE
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The International Monetary Fund and Mozambique have a “very good” relationship, the Fund’s resident representative in the southern African nation said on Thursday, years after cutting off support to the southern African state.
Mozambique’s economy was hurt by a debt crisis after admitting in 2016 to $1.4 billion of previously undisclosed lending. The disclosure prompted the IMF and foreign donors to cut off support to the southern African state, triggering a currency collapse and a default on sovereign debt.Source: Reuters