A man sorts fishing nets in Santa Maria, Cape Verde. The World Bank's partnership strategy with Cape Verde focuses on enhancing the West African country's macrofiscal stability for sustained growth, as well as improving competitiveness and strengthening the private sector. Photo by: IDS.photos / CC BY-SA

 

Cape Verde has made considerable progress in economic development with gross domestic product growth rates averaging 7.1 percent from 2005 to 2008. However, the country lost its momentum following the 2009 recession, and GDP growth has been modest since.

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In her role as editor for business insight, Aimee creates and manages multimedia content and cutting-edge analysis for executives in international development. As the manager of Development Insider, Devex's flagship publication for executive members, she is constantly on the lookout for the latest news, trends and policies that influence the business of development.


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