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Category Archives: Angola News
By HUMPHREY NKONDE
Nigeria and Angola, Africa’s oil producers, are facing economic difficulties mainly due to depressed prices of the liquid commodity on the international market.
By Hicks Sikazwe
The mining town of Solwezi, 633 Kilometres North West of Zambia’s capital Lusaka, has been transformed into an active centre of business eying markets beyond borders.
Opening on November 9th of the ibis Styles Talatona, first of the 50 hotels planned in Angola
Companies across the continent turn to IBM Cloud to drive growth strategies, accelerate digital transformation projects and mitigate the macro-economic challenges of their operating environment
The host country of this year’s World Environmental Day, Angola, has launched two new national parks spanning across 6.8 million hectares of land with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
By Jos Baart, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Flexenclosure
The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Angola (“Angola”) (Ba3 / B / B+), is pleased to publish an update on its budgetary performance and certain other key performance indicators.
The Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) was launched on 10 June 2015 in Egypt when the representatives of 26 governments accepted the tenets of the free trade area. This created the largest free-trade zone in Africa, reaching from Egypt to South Africa (BBC, 2015). This article will investigate the TFTA, its challenges and benefits to Africa, and how it will manifest in the larger global context.
Luanda est classée 2ème, Johannesburg 205ème et Le Cap 208ème selon l’Enquête sur le coût de la vie (Cost of Living Survey) de Mercer
Malgré les marchés mondiaux volatiles et les problèmes de sécurité toujours plus préoccupants, les organismes continuent à tirer parti de stratégies d’expansion mondiale afin de rester concurrents et de croître
Despite volatile global markets and growing security issues, organizations continue to leverage global expansion strategies to remain competitive and to grow
The Government of Angola has leased 80,000 hectares of plantation land to Quantum Global
New Representative Office in Dubai to Serve as a Gateway for Regional Investors to Africa
Resilient continent continues to attract investors – Angola surges ahead
The Government of Angola is aware that the high reliance on the oil sector represents a vulnerability to the public finances and the economy more broadly.
The sustained efforts over many years to promote economic diversification have already resulted in a significant increase in the contribution of the non-oil sector to GDP to 69,1% percent today, compared to 40 percent in the mid-80s. However, the oil sector still represented over 95% percent of export earnings and 52% percent of government revenue in 2015.