GDP growth slowed to 6.1% in 2009 from over 11% in 2008 as a result of the global recession, which hit exports and tourism. Latest estimates suggest that GDP rose 7.4% in 2010, helped by higher commodity exports and prices. Inflation averaged 2.3% in 2010 overall and was only 0.2% in December. But the rate was up to 2.6% in February, reflecting the sharp rise in world oil and food prices. Activity continues to be supported by FDI and aid inflows, attracted by IMF-backed structural reforms, and easier monetary policy, although private sector credit has been slow to respond despite 300bp of cuts in the key policy rate since November 2009. In the World Bank's Doing Business survey, Rwanda has consistently been among the world's top reformers in recent years and, after completion of its PRGF facility in 2009, the IMF approved a three-year policy support programme in June 2010. With exports modest and most consumption and investment goods imported, a widening trade deficit is estimated to have lifted the current account deficit to over 8% of GDP in 2010. But the debt/GDP ratio is less than 20% and debt servicing less than 5% of exports as a result of earlier debt relief. Presidential elections in August 2010 saw Paul Kagame win another term by a huge margin. Under Kagame's rule, Rwanda has grown strongly since the turmoil of the early 1990s, but he faces accusations that the armed forces have committed war crimes in the DRC. There are also allegations of harassment of opposition leaders.