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Angola: financial inclusion gets government green light

The document comprises a number of initiatives and actions to be undertaken for the efficient implementation of financial education projects.

The meeting also reviewed the National Indicative Programme under the 11th European Development Fund between the Angolan Government and the European Union.

This document presents data on the situation of projects identified under the National Indicative Program (PIN 2014-2020).

It also highlights the results achieved in the mid-term review process of the National Indicative Programme, launched in 2017 by the European Commission.

The session also approved the Balance Sheet Report of the Macroeconomic Stabilisation Programme for the first quarter of 2018.

The intention is to secure the stability of prices in the country and balance of foreign exchange market.

Finally, the Economic Commission reviewed the Proposal of Notice of the National Bank of Angola on the Import and Export of Goods.

Source: EIN

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