The International Net Reserves (INR) until 30 December 2021 fixed up to USD 9,8 billion related to a period of 11 months of importing goods and services.
Comparing to the end of 2020 it is verified a break of more one billion USD taking view that until 31 December of that period as the INR were set at USD 8,7 billion.
According to data released by the Central bank of Angola regarding to the Daily Evolution of the International Net and Importing months, the Gross International Reserves (GIR) until 30 December 2022 stayed at USD 15.4 billion.
In 2020, the GIR closed the year in USD 14.8 billion observing as well that from August to 03 December the GIR remain at 16 billion dollars.
However, on this matter the SADC demands related to importing months are six months having the indicators of the Central Bank of Angola, above the average underlined in the region.