Angolan Foreign Reserves Rise to $26.46 Billion in January

Angola’s foreign-currency reserves rose to $26.46 billion in January from a revised $25.9 billion in the previous month, a preliminary document from Angola’s central bank showed.

Oil exports from Angola, Africa’s biggest producer after Nigeria, account for more than 90 percent of the country’s foreign-currency earnings, according to the World Bank.

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