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S. in sub-Saharan Africa, mainly because of significant petroleum exports. S. total imports of crude. S. 4 billion of crude oil from Angola in 1999 and exported $252 million of goods to Angola, primarily machinery and transport equipment, manufactured goods, and food products. After 1975, Angola's Soviet-influenced economy was highly centralized and state-dominated. The Government has very slowly introduced reforms and liberalizations since the early 1990s. The government enacted its most significant reforms to date in 1999, when it unified official and parallel market exchange rates and liberalized interest rates.

The official unit of currency is the CFA (Communaute Financière Africaine) franc. Supported by the French franc, it is also legal tender i n s e v e r a l o t h e r We st A f r i c a n countries. The metric system of weights and measures is used. RECOMMENDED READING The following titles are provided as a general indication of the material published on this country: Allen, Chris and Michael Radu. Benin & the Congo. Marxist R e g i m e s S e r i e s. N e w Yo r k : Columbia Univ. Press, 1989. Allen, Chris.

Pioneer's Day Dec. 10 . . . . . Worker’s Party Foundation Day Dec. 25 . . . . . Christmas Dec. 25 . . . . . Family Day *variable 26 Cities of the World Tracks: A Rail Journey from Angola to Mozambique. 1995. RECOMMENDED READING Britten, Victoria. The Death of Dignity: Angola's Civil War 1998. The following titles are provided as a general indication of the material published on this country: Bowdich. Account of the Discoveries of the Portuguese in the Interior of Angola and Mozambique.

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