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Gabon: IMF reach staff-level agreement on new programme

The IMF announced yesterday that it had reached staff-level agreement on a new programme for Gabon, a three-year Extended Fund Facility (EFF). There was no mention however of the size of the arrangement. The IMF statement noted that the authorities' ...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 10 June 2021
Gabon: IMF reach staff-level agreement on new programme
Gabon: IMF reach staff-level agreement on new programme

Gabon: Foreign trade surplus shrinks in Q1 on lower oil exports – French treasury

Oil exports are said to have dropped on base effect. Manganese and timber exports grow. Trade surplus increased by 0.5% in 2020 on faster drop in imports than exports.
EmergingMarketWatch Research
Research Team @ EmergingMarketWatch 27 May 2021

Gabon: Inflation slows to 1.3% y/y in April

Slowdown is mainly driven by base effect in food category. Inflation excl. energy and fresh product prices inches down to 1.6% y/y. 12-month average inflation picks up to 1.6% but stays below CEMAC's 3% norm.
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Research Team @ EmergingMarketWatch 24 May 2021

IMF/WB Spring Meetings, April 2021 – country notes

Our conference calls with mission chiefs and country officials at the virtual meetings covered 14 countries in all. This report covers 11 of them: Angola, Cameroon, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, SA, Turkey, Ukraine. We update ou...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 21 April 2021
IMF/WB Spring Meetings, April 2021 – country notes
IMF/WB Spring Meetings, April 2021 – country notes

Gabon: Definition of budget deficit, external coverage of currency

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Research Team @ EmergingMarketWatch 21 April 2021

Cameroon/Gabon: Notes from the virtual IMF Spring Meetings

Although both Cameroon and Gabon suffered during the crisis, the economic impact may have been less than feared, and we have been impressed by their relative resilience and the maturity of the policy response. In Gabon, real GDP fell by 1.8% from +3....
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 20 April 2021
Cameroon/Gabon: Notes from the virtual IMF Spring Meetings
Cameroon/Gabon: Notes from the virtual IMF Spring Meetings