Angolan Central Bank head promises new forex measures this week
Angola’s new central bank governor, Valter Filipe da Silva, said on Monday that the bank would this week introduce unspecified measures aimed at the foreign exchange market.
Da Silva’s remarks come as Africa’s second-biggest oil producer grapples with slumping crude prices, forcing the government into talks with the World Bank and International Monetary Fund about possible financial assistance.
Da Silva told journalists that the bank would this week “release a series of necessary measures to create better macro-economic conditions to improve control of monetary and foreign exchange policies”. He did not elaborate.
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