mobilisation to meet social needs in the country.
PANA reports that the call was contained in a statement following an IMF delegation's visit to the country.
The delegation, led by
The discussions covered economic and financial developments in 2013 and the policies needed to consolidate macroeconomic stability and foster inclusive growth.
The statement also disclosed that the delegation met with Prime Minister Matata Ponyo Mapon, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Budget
"The economy is estimated to have expanded by 8.5 percent in 2013, extending the
strong growth recorded in 2012. Output of the mining sector continued to be the main
driver with copper production alone exceeding 900,000 tons.
He, said the mission and the government agreed that the main challenges are to sustain macroeconomic stability and endeavour to improve the living conditions of the vast majority of the DRC population.
-0- PANA AA/SEG 25Feb2014
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