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Currency: Kwanza (AOA)

Fiscal year: Calendar year

Trade organizations: AU, WTO

GDP (PPP): $193.6 billion (2017)

GDP growth: -2.5% (2017 est)

GDP per capita: $6800 (2017)

GDP by sector: agriculture (10.2%), industry (61.4%), services (28.4%) (2011)

Inflation (CPI): 29.8% (2017)

Pop below poverty line: 36.6% (2008)

Gini index: {{{gini}}} 42.7% (2008)

Labour force: 12.51 million (2017 est)

Labour force by occupation: agriculture (85%), industry and services (15%) (2015)

Unemployment: 6.6% (2015)

Main industries: “petroleum, diamonds, iron ore, phosphates, feldspar, bauxite, uranium, gold, cement, basic metal products, fish processing, food processing, brewing, tobacco products, sugar, textiles, and ship repair”

Exports: $33.07bn (2017 est)

Export goods: “crude oil, diamonds, refined petroleum products, gas, coffee, sisal, fish and fish products, timber, cotton”

Main partners: U.S. 4.2%, the People’s Republic of China 61.2%, India 13% (2017)

Imports: $19.5bn (2017)

Imports goods: “machinery and electrical equipment, vehicles and spare parts, medicines, food, textiles, military goods”

Main Partner: Portugal 17.8%, US 7.4%, South Africa 6.2%, Brazil 6.1%, China 13.5%,UK 4%, (2017).

Angola is the fastest-growing economy in Africa, largely due to a major oil boom, but it also ranks in the bottom 10 of socioeconomic conditions in the world.

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