IMF predicts the strong economic rebound in Liberia, approves funds
DAKAR, Nov 25 (Reuters) - After the pandemic, the United Nations Economic Fund approved financing for the West African country. The economic growth in Liberia will be in a rapid decline this year and 2022 in 2019, followed by the recent fall of the tihi and buddhist countries, says the international monaco group.
The IMF executive board approved 263.64 million dollars for Liberia under the fund's extended credit facility, it said on Tuesday.
The IMF said that Liberia's economy, which is dependent on mineral exports, will grow by 3,6 mlb in 2021, and 4.7 % ten22, is projected to grow by 2021.
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