27 November 2012

Angola: Japanese Ambassador Considers Investment

Luanda — The Japanese ambassador to Angola, Ryozo Myoi, on Monday in Luanda considered it week the presence of Japanese companies in the country, compared to China, Brazil, India and Portugal.

"We are only eight private companies in Angola and we need to increase investments in this country, in order to make our contribution to the country's development", the ambassador said in an interview to ANGOP.

Speaking about bilateral ties, Ryozo Myoi considered them good, reminding that in every five years Japan organizes an international conference on Africa, where Angola has always been present.

Next year it will be celebrated the 20th anniversary of the conference on Africa and in the context of this event he highlighted the meeting he had recently with the Angolan vice president, Manuel Vicente, with whom he discussed the matter.

Angola and Japan maintain cooperation ties in various fields, especially education, health, culture, among other areas.

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