Angola: Cabinet Council Economic Commission to Meet Thursday

Luanda — The economic commission of the Cabinet Council will meet on Thursday in Luanda, in its 6th ordinary session, says a press note delivered to Angop.

During its latest session, held on 8 December, the organ considered to be important to continue the measures that are being implemented by the National Reserve Bank (BNA), in the materialisation of new operational monetary policy, meant to preserve the national currency (Kwanza).

Chaired by the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, the commission approved the need of transmitting the current regime of fixing the goals of inflation for a regime of fixing of aims of inflation.

The mentioned commission also recommended that it must be revised the regulation of the change laws and of the private investments meant to improve the impact of the measures to end the valorisation of dollar at the national economy, among other measures.

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