7 February 2013

Angola: Economic Commission Holds Extraordinary Session

Luanda — The Cabinet Council's Economic Commission will hold this Thursday, in Luanda, its second extraordinary session, aimed at analysing aspects connected to the country's economic life.

This organ of the government held its first extraordinary session on January 22, during which were analyzed the Memorandum of Monetary Markets, Exchange and External Accounts.

Under the chairmanship of the Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, the referred session, the first this year, also examined the Notices and Instruction of the Angolan National Reserve Bank (BNA) on Corporate Governance, Internal Control, External Auditing and Prudential Consolidation.

The Head of State's auxiliary body also analysed the state of Social Security, the Savings and Credit Bank (BPC), as well as the Schedule of Macroeconomic Policy Measures for 2013 and the mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in connection with the post-assessment of the Stand-by Agreement.

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