Luanda — The British Government's Capital Expenditure Fund has USD 700 million to invest in several domains in Angola, said the chairperson of the Angola- United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce, Bráulio de Brito.
The official spoke to the press, on the sidelines of a meeting between Angolan businessmen and members of the UK business mission that has been in Luanda since Monday for market research.
Bráulio de Brito invited British businessmen to invest in Angola, especially in the commercial, hotel and tourism sectors, education, mineral resources, agriculture, transport and infrastructure.
Meanwhile, the British ambassador to Angola, Jessica Hand, said that the economic reforms initiated by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, are translating into a growing interest and confidence of the investors.
British entrepreneurs in Angola are part of "Invest Africa", the leading British organization focused on business support and investment strategy development for business leaders, investors and entrepreneurs.