The chairwoman of the National Private Investment Agency (ANIP), Maria Luísa Abrantes, last Friday in Luanda said that the Angolan Executive is focussing on the renewal and development of the economy, through diversification and rehabilitation of infrastructures.
Speaking at a forum on "Business opportunities in the hotels and tourism sector", happening in the premises of the Luanda International Fair (FILDA), the official said that the executive is committed to rehabilitating and building basic infrastructures to enable the influx of people and goods.
She went on saying that without infrastructures there is no investment, reason why the country has been prioritising public/private partnerships in this sector.
"Without these premises, agriculture and industry as bases, it is difficult to have a growing hotels and tourism sector", she stressed.
Maria Luísa Abrantes explained that it was created the Angola-Investe Programme with a view to supporting micro, small and medium enterprises, with bonus financing, having added that funding for Angolans and foreign firms with residence in Angola is being provided with a bonus.
She further emphasised that the goal is to reduce poverty and regional asymmetries, as well as place the country at higher levels, not just in the region but also in the world.