All in the family: Angola president picks eldest daughter to head state oil firm, western firms scramble for contracts>
Isabel dos Santos, 43, is Africa's richest woman, while her brother already runs the country's sovereign wealth fund.
The currency tumbled 24% in 2015, its eighth year of declines
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The euro may soon become a major foreign currency in Africa’s second biggest oil-producing country, banking on historical links with Portugal.
Country too red tape-happy in a time world crude prices are low, multinationals say as they urge talks to press home the threat posed by bureaucracy.