In 2018, from an economic standpoint, the performances recorded allow the growth rate to be located at 6.7% against 5.7% in 2017. The Government-Technical and Financial Partners (PTF) review for the implementation of the Growth Program for Sustainable Development (PC2D) was held this Tuesday, October 08, 2019 at the Novotel Orisha in Cotonou. This is a high-level conclave which was attended by several members of the government and technical and financial partners, Heads of Diplomatic Missions and Representatives of International Organizations. Benin remains adhering to the principle of accountability to which it has subscribed. This is why its government decided to organize this review to discuss with the TFPs on the performances recorded in 2018 in the implementation of the actions retained in the Growth Program for Sustainable Development and the recorded performances. The Minister of Economy and Finance, Mr. Romuald WADAGNI, wanted to clarify to justify the reasons which motivated this meeting which was preceded by a technical day the day before. Indeed, since its adoption on March 21, 2018, the government organized the inaugural review of PC2D on December 19, 2018 and committed to organizing the first review of its implementation in 2019. This important meeting, the recommendations of which could help in the orientations in the budgetary debates in Parliament. The Minister of Economy and Finance, who was delighted with the results obtained for the first year of this program, underlined that the reflections resulting from these meetings could also help to fill the discussions during the study of the draft general budget of state in Parliament for the next few days. Hence the expectations are high. The Resident Coordinator of the United Nations System in Benin, Siaka COULIBALY, Leader of the Technical and Financial Partners, in turn thanked the government for its availability to continue the dialogue with the TFPs, which augurs well for success. of this important program. The results obtained are positive thanks to the various support from the TFPs and the satisfactory implementation of the economic and financial program supported by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Abdoulaye BIO TCHANE, Minister of State in charge of development who opened this review, recalled some positive aspects of this program. “In 2018, from an economic point of view, the performances recorded allow us to situate the growth rate at 6.7% against 5.7% in 2017.