The consultancy Oxford Economics Africa said today that the rise in inflation in Angola in April compared to the previous month would accentuate in the second half of this year, although below the historically high levels of recent years.
"Unlike most of the rest of the world, Angola recorded solid disinflation last year and lowered its interest rates, mainly due to a strengthening of the national currency last year compared to 2021 and a general decline in world food prices since May 2022," the analysts write in a commentary on price developments in this Lusophone African country.
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