Angola economic team analyses restructuring of trade sector

José Eduardo dos Santos presides over 17th joint ordinary meeting of cabinet council (Photo: Francisco Miúdo) José Eduardo dos Santos presides over 17th joint ordinary meeting of cabinet council (Photo: Francisco Miúdo)

A number of economic documents, including the proposal to restructure the trade sector, are being considered this Wednesday at a joint session of the Cabinet Council’s Economic Commission and the Commission for the Royal Economy.

The ordinary meeting, under the guidance of the Head of the Executive Power, the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, also analysed the balance sheet of the implementation of the cash plan for October.

Other highlights of the 17th joint ordinary session of the Cabinet Council’s Economic Commission and the Commission for the Royal Economy go to the proposed cash plan for the month of December 2016 and the report on the performance of the General State Budget for the 2016 3rd Quarter.

The Economic Commission of the Cabinet Council is tasked to deal with the macroeconomic agenda of the Executive and ensure the conducting of macroeconomic management in line with the economic objectives and priorities of the Angolan President’s Governance Programme.

On its turn, the Commission for the Real Economy of the Cabinet Council is the technical support body for the Head of the Executive Power in the formulation, implementation and conducting of development policy in the manufacturing sector.

It ensures the management of the production and business development, in line with the objectives and priorities of the productive sector, is part of the Angolan President’s Governance Programme.

Source: Angop