7 November 2012

Angola: Agency Foresees to Surpass Private Investments of 2011

Luanda — The administrator for statistics area of the National Agency of Private Investment (Anip), Luis Domingos, said that by the end of 2012 the institution will surpass the total amount of the private investments recorded throughout 2011, Angop has learnt.

The manager told so to Angop, in Luanda, under the signing of private investments accords, adding that at this time Anip will be closer of reaching the indicators of last year, with regard to the contracts of investments.

"Our expectation is to surpass the indicators of last year", he said.

On the preference of investments in Luanda province, he said there is a great challenge with regard to the infrastructures related to power and waters, sectors that he considers that run for the determination of localization of the investments.

Luis Domingos said that although the investing firms are located in Luanda, it must be highlighted the fact that the sectors of industry and construction are all over the country, as they spread the services countrywide, due to the public works.

He said that other projects will be celebrated this year. "There is no doubt that by December other contracts will be approved.

We continue receiving proposals of investments", he said.

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