Angola Presents Economic Reforms in Germany

Luanda — An Angolan multi-sector delegation introduced the country's transparency-oriented economic policies and reforms on Tuesday in Germany.

This was during a meeting the Angolan delegation, led by minister of Mineral Resources and Petroleum Diamantino de Azevedo, held with the entrepreneurial class in Germany.

The delegation has been in the European country for a three-day working visit, as part of Tuesday agenda on the financial sector.

Main Angolan and German banks, with the interest in Angola, attended the meeting sponsored by the European Export and Trade Bank (AKA) in partnership with Commerzbank.

AKA director, Stephanie Meier Sydow, praised the ongoing reforms in Angola, urging the German business people to explore business opportunities with a view to aiding Angola in economic development.

In turn, Diamantino de Azevedo requested the German business class to share their experience with Angolan banks in order to attract the same volume of business with efficiency.

Angola's visit to Germany follows the trip the President, João Lourenço, made to that European country in August, 2018.

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