23 January 2013

Angola: Private Investments Agency Signs Accords Worth Over 13.0 Billion Kwanzas

Luanda — Four contracts of private investments, worth 13.908 billion Kwanza were signed on Wednesday, in Luanda, at the national agency of private investments, Angop has learnt.

The projects are of Mauritius Topack firm, Anhui Construction engineering of China, Oasis Alamane, of Pakistan and Mauritania, as well as Aggreko, of Scotland and Holland.

The accords were signed by the ANIP's CEO, Maria Luísa Abrantes, in representation of the Angolan side.

Meanwhile, she said Angola is a country that offers great potentialities of investments taking into account its natural resources.

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