Experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) began their bi-annual mission in Togo, on Monday. The delegation, led by Marshall Mills (photo), should assess progress in the management of public finances and make recommendations to consolidate gains and allow a sustainable recovery of the economy.
The fund must also ensure that Togo pursues a strategy to lend restrictively after the cancellation of 80% of its foreign debt in late 2010.
The mission will spend two weeks in the country and meet certain government members, representatives of public and private sector.
Appointed to new duties at the IMF, this is the last mission of Marshall Mills in Lome.