29 January 2013

Angola: Chinese Investment Prioritizes Construction Since 2012

Luanda — The Chinese private investment in Angola reached its limelight in 2009, in a time the National agency of private investment (ANIP) passed 66 projects worth over 16 billion Kwanzas, mostly in the area of construction, Angop has learnt.

These data are included in ANIP report presented recently in Beijing (China).

The investments in 2009 were 56 of the area of construction, six of industry, being that services provision, commerce, industry, agriculture and telecommunications recorded one each.

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