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Tue, 30 Jul 2013 09:19 - Updated Tue, 30 Jul 2013 09:59

Economy Ministry approves accounts of public companies

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Luanda – The Economy Minister, Abrahão Gourgel, approved on Monday in Luanda the accounts of 29 public companies out of 54 firms that presented their accountability outcomes in 2012.

In media sector, it was approved with reserve the companies like ANGOP (Angola Press Agency), RNA (National Radio of Angola), Edições Novembro EP, TPA (Angolan Public Television) and National Press EP.

In the sector of Energy and Water, It was approved with reserve the firms of EASB (Water and Sanitation Company of Benguela EP), EASL (Water and Sanitation Company of EP), EPAL (Luanda Water Public Company) and without reserve EDEL, (Luanda Electricity
Supply Company).

In the finance sector, it was homologated the accounts of the companies of Savings and Credit (BPC), National Insurance Company (ENSA), Trade and Industry Bank, while in the geology and mining fields the firms include Angolan National Diamond Company
(ENDIAMA) and Angolan National Iron Company (FERRANGOL), whereas the oil sector comprises SONANGOL E.P.

In the transport area, it includes the companies suhc as Benguela Railways Company (CFB), Luanda Railways Company (CFL), Moçamêdes Railways Company (CFM), ports of a Cabinda and Lobito, Angolan Airlines (TAAG), Cargo Transport Company (UNICARGA), ABAMAT and Secil Marítima.

In the Agriculture sector, it was homologated with reserve, Coffee Exporting Company, Irrigated Perimeter Development Company.

In the sector of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security, it was approved with reserve the National School of Public Administration (ENAD).

In the economic sector, it was approved the accounts of Special Economic Zone (ZEE) and National Company of Special Facilities.   

In the ceremony, the Finance Minister, Armando Manuel, recognised the efforts of the Ministry of Economy in ensuring the betterment of public entrepreneurial sector.

ANGOP participated in the meeting with a delegation led by its CEO, Daniel Miguel Jeorge.