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Paulino Dias

Business Fellow and Executive Director

GNAP

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GNAP is a non-profit organization that engages civil society, academic, political, business, media and international actors sharing a passion for Africa to join efforts in fostering Africa's development and shaping a stronger and better future for the continen...more

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www.africaprosperity.com

Dr. Paulino Dias
GNAP Business Fellow and Executive Director of PD Consult, Cape Verde


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'Cape Verde needs urgent economic reforms,' Paulino Dias
Executive Director of PD Consult and GNAP fellow Dr. Paulino Dias tells A Nacao that "urgent measures should be taken to foster growth on more solid foundations" in Cape Verde. "Paulino Dias finds it appropriate to have a certain amount of caution in relation to certain aspects of the national economy. Unlike a considerable fringe of Cape Verdeans who envision a "positive development" of the economy in the short term, as evidenced by the study of the Afrobarometer, one economist and consultant shows some reservation in regard to an immediate evolution of the sector. On the contrary, believes that urgent measures should be taken to foster growth on more solid foundations. 'There is the issue of public debt that is at a level that leaves little room for maneuver to the Government in order to secure debts of Cape Verde of external fluctuations," begins by alerting Paulino Dias, who nevertheless considers that there are other growth factors the economy that are having a positive performance. 'In particular the tourism sector, which has grown over the last 10 years at an average rate exceeding 10 percent (10%) last year grew 24%, there are prospects that open with regard to the maritime sector at fisheries and ship repair, even exports within ECOWAS with the creation of international centers of business and the implementation of rules of origin.' In general, the study of the Afrobarometer, Cape Verdeans consider their own condition of life in 2011 is slightly lower than the country as a whole, an idea supported by Paulino Dias, who was expected there was this perception. '2011 was a difficult as it began to feel more strongly the effects of the external crisis in Cape Verde, with a substantial reduction in private investment, even at the level of public investment the great works had already been completed which reflected in employment and income of the people, and so it was expected that there was this perception that Cape Verdeans have been some reduction in the level of household income,' he explains. On the assessment made by Cape Verdeans who consider the positive performance of the government in managing the economy, but negatively in relation to tackling unemployment, subscribe Dias says that assessment. About the announcement that the Government will have to take unpopular measures early next year, Paulino Dias says you have to push some reforms by implementing measures that may be considered unpopular, but which "are necessary to improve the business environment Cape Verde and to stimulate private investment which, in part, contributed to the creation of jobs.' 'The minimum wage is more peaceful because the government has been willing to discuss this issue, but, above all, is a social justice issue," emphasizes Paulino Dias has some reservations about the 13th month, that your point of view 'is not feasible" at this time of crisis.'


www.africaprosperity.com [cached]

Dr. Paulino Dias
GNAP Business Fellow and Executive Director of PD Consult, Cape Verde


www.africaprosperity.com [cached]

Dr. Paulino Dias
GNAP Business Fellow and Executive Director of PD Consult, Cape Verde


www.africaprosperity.com [cached]

Dr. Paulino Dias
GNAP Business Fellow and Executive Director of PD Consult, Cape Verde


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