Angola's Kwanza Falls Most Since 2001 to Record in DevaluationBy
Central bank cuts official rate to narrow black market gap
Kwanza falls most since September 2001 after devaluation
Angola’s currency fell the most since September 2001 after the central bank allowed it to devalue as the drop in oil prices cut the main source of government revenue and export earnings.
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