Wed, Mar 25, 2020

Tough times ahead for African oil producers

The precipitous decline in oil prices related to the coronavirus pandemic will have significant economic knock-on effects in Africa. Central African producers look to be the most vulnerable, but the shocks will be felt everywhere.

AfricaSource by Luke Tyburski

Africa Angola

Thu, Dec 12, 2019

Hruby joins the CSIS Into Africa podcast to discuss Angolan reforms and Africa’s creative economy

In the News by Atlantic Council

Africa Angola

Mon, Aug 19, 2019

Angolan foreign minister outlines the “new Angola”

On Monday, August 19, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center hosted a public discussion with Angolan Foreign Minister H.E. Manuel Domingos Augusto. Atlantic Council Vice President and Africa Center Director Dr. J. Peter Pham opened the event by welcoming the Minister back to the Council for his second visit since 2017. US-Angola Chamber of Commerce President and CEO […]

Flagship Event by Africa Center

Angola Inclusive Growth

Thu, May 18, 2017

Roundtable with Angolan defense minister

On Thursday, May 18, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center hosted a roundtable discussion with H.E. João Lourenço, Minister of National Defense of the Republic of Angola.  Lourenço traveled to Washington this week on behalf of President José Eduardo dos Santos to sign a historic Memorandum of Understanding with the United States, represented by US Secretary […]

Event Recap by Africa Center

Africa Angola

Mon, Jan 9, 2017

Africa’s economic prospects in 2017: Ten countries to watch

The continued failure of commodity prices to recover significantly and the global slowdown of economic growth, especially in China and other emerging markets, made 2016 a tumultuous year for many African economies, indeed, “the worst year for average economic growth” in the region in over twenty years, according to a report from Ernst & Young. […]

AfricaSource by J. Peter Pham

Africa Angola

Thu, Apr 14, 2016

Embracing Impact: How Africa Can Overcome the Emerging Market Downturn

In January 2016, oil prices fell to their lowest levels in more than a decade. Meanwhile, China, the world’s second-largest economy, is experiencing its most sluggish growth in a quarter-century—dragging down commodity prices and dampening the global economic outlook. The effects of this broad slowdown will hurt African economies more than most, because China and […]

Issue Brief by J. Peter Pham and Aubrey Hruby

Africa Angola
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