In Angola Reserves tick up to $24.1 billion in March: central bank

Weaker oil prices have hit Africa's second largest crude exporter, leading to chronic forex shortages and fuelling a thriving black market for currency.

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Angola's presiden Jose Eduardo dos Santos addresses supporters during the party's last rally for the parliamentary elections in Camama, outside the capital Luanda, August 29, 2012. play Angola's presiden Jose Eduardo dos Santos addresses supporters during the party's last rally for the parliamentary elections in Camama, outside the capital Luanda, August 29, 2012. (REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko)
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Angola's net foreign exchange reserves edged up to $24.14 billion in March from a revised $23.88 billion in the previous month, data on the central bank's website showed on Monday.

Weaker oil prices have hit Africa's second largest crude exporter, leading to chronic forex shortages and fuelling a thriving black market for currency.

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