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Projected % Change
   2014  2015
Real GDP 4.7 4.8
Consumer Prices 7 5.4
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2014)
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Burundi and the IMF
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February 26, 2015 -- Podcast : Building a Monetary Union in East Africa
The Quest for Regional Integration in the East African Community lays out all aspects of the ongoing financial integration process for Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi.
April 22, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Better Business Climate Can Soften Crisis Impact on Africa
African countries are focusing on improving their business climates to soften the impact on their economies of the crisis in the euro zone, African finance ministers tell reporters in Washington, adding that faster domestic policy reforms will encourage foreign investment in the continent.
January 24, 2012 -- IMF Survey: IMF Renews Support for Burundi's Economic Reforms
The IMF Executive Board approved a final $7.6 million payout to Burundi under its existing IMF loan, and also supported a new three-year loan to the central African country. Burundi’s new IMF-supported program aims to alleviate key bottlenecks to growth and foster macroeconomic stability.
February 05, 2009 -- IMF Survey: Burundi's Debt Relief Savings to Go to Food, Health, Schools
The IMF and World Bank's cancellation of more than 90 percent of Burundi's debt, worth about $1.4 billion, may save the African country up to $50 million a year over the next 10 years to spend on agriculture, health, and education.