20 February 2013

Angola: Economic Commission Meets Thursday

Luanda — The Economic Commission of the Council of Ministers will hold its 3rd ordinary session on Thursday in Luanda, Angop learned from a press release that reached the agency on Wednesday.

At its latest session held on January 22 this year, under the chair of the head of the Executive, José Eduardo dos Santos, the Economic Commission reviewed the Memorandum on the Monetary Market, Foreign Exchange and Foreign Accounts.

At the meeting, participants examined the notices and Instructions released by the Reserve Bank of Angola (BNA) on Corporate Governance, Internal Controls, External Auditing and Prudential Consolidation.

On the occasion, the head of State's aid organ mentioned the situation of the Social Security and of the Savings and Credit Bank (BPC), and the Macro-economic Policy Schedule for 2013.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission in Angola, as part of the evaluation of the Stand By Accord, was also analysed by the Cabinet Council Economic Commission.

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