Angola must create objective conditions to live a new era in which there would be political, economic and social stability without relying on the oil industry, a sector which currently represents 95 percent of the country’s exports, said the Angolan economist Manuel Nunes Júnior. According to the source, the country is still strongly dependant on crude-oil, which is why the fall of its price in the international market led to the reduction of the country’s foreign currencies and consequently caused a pressure on foreign exchange reserves of the country. Manuel Nunes Júnior was speaking Tuesday on “The impact of the fall of oil prices in the international market and the measures of the Executive to promote the national economy growth”, in the 4th Business and investment Opportunities Forum, in the northern Uige Province.