14 March 2019

Angolan State Harmed in More Than U.S.$ 4 Billion

Luanda — The Angolan State has been harmed by more than USD 4.7 billion from private investments made with public funds, according to the final communiqué of the special session of the Council of Ministers held in Luanda.

This information, in the domain of the members of the Council of Ministers, is the result of the work carried out by the Multi-sector Commission, created by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, in December 2018, to identify such investments.

Regarding the health of consumers and strengthening the country in the production of safe and healthy food, the Council of Ministers created the National Food Quality Control Service and approved its Organic Statute.

During the above-mentioned session, according to the press release, were also approved, among other documents, the legal documents related to Territory Administration and State Reform.

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