19 April, 2015      05:10 GMT +1 Luanda 26°C
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2015 / 04 / 17
Angolan company signs investment agreement worth US$5 billion
Angolan company Organizações Ribeirinho has become the largest investor in Angola to sign a contract with the National Agency for Private Investment (ANIP) for an investment of US$5 billion, Angolan news agency Angop reported. The investment contract signed Wednesday with ANIP is for construction...
2015 / 04 / 17
Angola’s Capital Markets Commission (CMC) plans to work alongside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote the country’s capital market abroad and to combat money laundering, the CMC’s managing director said Thursday. Vera Esperança Daves, who was speaking on the sidelines of a seminar on ...
2015 / 04 / 16
The business meeting between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries will take place later this year in Guinea-Bissau, said Echo Chan, Assistant Secretary-General of the Permanent Office of Macau Forum. This is the first time since the creation of Macau Forum that Bissau is hosting a business m...
Meeting between China and Portuguese-speaking countries held in Guinea-Bissau in late 2015
2015 / 04 / 16
Trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries in January and February reached US$15.02 billion, which represents a year on year drop of 23.64 percent, according to official figures published in Macau. Figures from China’s Customs Service published by the Permanent Secretariat of Forum Mac...
2015 / 04 / 16
Angolan investment bank Banco Angolano de Investmento (BAI) ended 2014 with a net profit of 12.849 billion kwanza (US$117.2 million), a year-on-year increase of 6 percent, according to a statement sent to Macauhub. The statement said the net result mainly reflected a drop of 34 percent in provision...
2015 / 04 / 15
Angolan businesswoman Isabel dos Santos will pay 200 million euros for a majority stake in Portugal’s Efacec Power Solutions, a group founded to bring together the core assets of Efacec, reported Portuguese financial newspaper Diário Económico. The newspaper added that negotiations between Isab...
Angolan businesswoman buys majority stake in Portuguese group Efacec