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Cabo Verde has a US$9.2 million deficit in public accounts in January

According to the summary report of the January budget execution, to which Lusa had access today, this performance continued to be conditioned by the economic consequences of the covid-19 pandemic, but with revenues up 12.1% compared to January 2021, as well as expenses, by 16.8%.

The deficit equivalent to 0.6% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in January compares with a deficit of 0.4% in the same month of 2021, then of CVE 696 million (US$ 6.1 million), according to the report data.

In Cape Verde's State Budget for 2022, the government has . . .

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