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Angolan land covers an area of square kilometers which is slightly less than twice the size of Texas. Angola has borders with Congo Kinshasa for km, Congo Brazzaville for km, Namibia for km and Zambia for km. Angolan national flag Flag of Angola. As for the Angolan climate; semiarid in south and along coast to Luanda; north has cool, dry season May to October and hot, rainy season November to April.
Angola is slowly rebuilding its country after the end of a year civil war in Up to 1. Angola's high growth rate is driven by its oil sector, with record oil prices and rising petroleum production.
A postwar reconstruction boom and resettlement of displaced persons has led to high rates of growth in construction and agriculture as well. Much of the country's infrastructure is still damaged or undeveloped from the year-long civil war. Remnants of the conflict such as widespread land mines still mar the countryside even though an apparently durable peace was established after the death of rebel leader Jonas SAVIMBI in February Subsistence agriculture provides the main livelihood for half of the population, but half of the country's food must still be imported.
The central bank in implemented an exchange rate stabilization program using foreign exchange reserves to buy kwanzas out of circulation, a policy that was more sustainable in because of strong oil export earnings, and has significantly reduced inflation. To fully take advantage of its rich national resources - gold, diamonds, extensive forests, Atlantic fisheries, and large oil deposits - Angola will need to continue reforming government policies and to reduce corruption.
The government has made sufficient progress on reforms recommended by the IMF such as promoting greater transparency in government spending but continues to be without a formal monitoring agreement with the institution. Angolan natural resources include petroleum, diamonds, iron ore, phosphates, copper, feldspar, gold, bauxite, uranium. Natural hazards in Angola include locally heavy rainfall causes periodic flooding on the plateau.