Isabel dos Santos to lead restructuring of Angola’s Sonangol


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Issue 325 - 10 Jun 2016 | 6 minute read
President José Eduardo dos Santos on 2 June appointed a new board of directors for state oil company Sonangol. The new team will be headed by his daughter Isabel, a businesswoman who led the commission that formulated proposals for Sonangol’s restructuring. The new board will implement the reforms recommended by the commission, outlined in two presidential decrees on 26 May.

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