Angola: China and India Considered Emerging Partners of the Country

Luanda — China and India are considered emerging partners of Angola, countries where the African nation has been exporting oil and diamond products.

This was said to Angop on Friday by the economist Salim Valimamade, during the Angolan International Mining Fair (FIMA).

The economist also considered Brazil, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates to be other key partners of the African continent.

On the other hand, Salim Valimamade said that the United States has been one of the key importing countries of extractive products of Angola, stressing the economic performances of this country in the last ten years.

The economist considered the political stability, wealth in natural resources (oil, diamond and other minerals) to be important factors for the growth of Angola.

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