Cape Verde

Cape Verde

Population: 0.54 mn.
GDP: $1.98 bn.
Debt: $1.48 bn.

Economic growth and labour law reform will dominate the debate ahead of a close-run election in 2016. The governing Partido Africano da Independência de Cabo Verde's reforms have cost support. The centrist opposition Movimento para a Democracia of Ulisses Correia e Silva is promising jobs and tax cuts.





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  • Vol 52 No 19
  •  23rd September 2011

Party postpones post-mortem

The governing party is papering over the divisions that appeared during the presidential election

  • Vol 52 No 17
  •  26th August 2011

Fonseca’s win tests nerves

For the first time in 20 years, the President and Prime Minister are from different parties

  • Vol 45 No 8
  •  16th April 2004

A small success

In July the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is to re-categorise Cape Verde as a Medium Developed Country. While this reflects well on his economic management, Prime Minister José Maria Neves is worried about losing access to sof...

  • Vol 40 No 15
  •  23rd July 1999

Micro-state struggles

As the succession heats up, another head of state seeks to amend the constitution

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