Revised executive programme gets green light

  • President of Republic João Lourenço chairs Economic Commission session
Luanda – Angola’s Cabinet Council’s Economic Commission approved Tuesday the Executive Macroeconomic Programme for 2021.

The document, aimed at aligning initial forecasts for the current year, focuses on aspects related to the physical production of oil and its price.

 

It also features the inflation rate, the path of net international reserves and the growth of real economy.

 

The session, chaired by the president João Lourenço, also approved the presidential decree project on creation of a Single Logistics Window (JUL), aimed at securing the interoperation and integration of various electronic platforms of the services for the public administration with intervention in the logistics processes.

 

In its final communiqué, the Economic Commission states that

it has also analysed the draft law for legislative authorisation on tax and customs exemption.

 

The document, aimed at aligning initial forecasts for the current year, focuses on aspects related to the physical production of oil and its price.

 

It also features the inflation rate, the path of net international reserves and the growth of real economy.

 

The session, chaired by the president João Lourenço, also approved the presidential decree project on creation of a Single Logistics Window (JUL), aimed at securing the interoperation and integration of various electronic platforms of the services for the public administration with intervention in the logistics processes.

 

In its final communiqué, the Economic Commission states that

it has also analysed the draft law for legislative authorisation on tax and customs exemption.