BMI View: The collapse in oil prices has impacted Angola's oil-dependant economy and government
revenues. The healthcare sector is struggling to address the ever-growing needs of the people due to poor
infrastructure and years of underfinanced services. We do not expe ..."
BMI View: Like other oil-dependent countries, Angola has suffered from the large fall in the price of oil.
The healthcare sector has been impacted by large budget cuts as a result of the lower government revenues.
With waste collection services also affected by severe ..."
BMI View: Angola is emerging from a long civil war, which has resulted in years of neglect of its
healthcare sector. Whilst the government is taking positive measures to address a lack of hospitals and
medical professionals via infrastructure projects, foreign investm ..."
BMI View: The collapse of oil prices in H214 has had a highly negative impact on Angola's oil dependent
economy. The country's healthcare sector, already struggling with a lack of health professionals, will
remain affected following cuts towards healthcare funding in ..."
BMI View: Growth in Angola's healthcare sector will remain subdued over the near term as lower oil
prices persist. A consequence of the oil price crash has seen a sizeable cut in the much-needed government
funding for the healthcare sector following the revised state ..."
BMI View: Angola's pharmaceutical market is held back by weak regulatory framework and lack of
intellectual property legislation which create a challenging environment for innovative drugmakers. The
fall in the price of oil will have a heavy impact the economy as a wh ..."
BMI View: Due to its importance in the country's continued economic diversification and the government's
focus on retaining political stability, government spending on healthcare in Angola will remain unaffected
by any potential budget cuts resulting from declining oi ..."
BMI View: The Angolan government's initiatives to make healthcare more affordable, coupled with the
municipalisation of health services, will lead to greater access to medical services and increase
pharmaceutical spending in Angola. A new medicine depot is a step in t ..."
BMI View: Both government and foreign investment will see the Angolan healthcare sector continue to
grow in the coming years mainly due the country's rich oil reserves attracting external revenues. Angola's
high burden of communicable disease, such as measles and mala ..."
BMI View: Like many other African countries, Angola's economy relies heavily on the health of its oil
industry. Any negative changes to the price of oil could pose considerable risk to its economy. The Angolan
healthcare sector will steadily expand with the aid of bot ..."