IMF APPROVES $3.7 BILLION LOAN FOR OIL-RICH ANGOLA

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The International Monetary Fund says it has approved a three-year loan of about $3.7 billion for Angola, which seeks to diversify its economy and curb corruption after a new president took office last year.The...

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