The Prime Minister meets IMF’s resident representative over new development roadmap

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Monday, 19 October 2020 16:11
The Prime Minister meets IMF’s resident representative over new development roadmap

(Togo First) - Last Friday, Togolese PM, Victoire Tomegah-Dogbé met with the IMF's resident representative, Sampawendé Jules Tapsoba. The two discussed the government's new roadmap and its key axes.

According to Tapsoba, the meeting was aimed at enabling the IMF to "learn about the new roadmap and its various priorities, and see how to efficiently support the Togolese government to achieve its goals."

Early last week, Togolese officials held a seminar regarding the 5-year roadmap (2020-2025) whose three main objectives are to improve social inclusion and harmony, consolidate peace, and foster job creation.

Let it be recalled that driven by the IMF, Togo introduced a battery of reforms in public finances. As a result, the country's public debt which was previously over 82% dropped significantly to 51%.

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