Fri, 17 Jun 2016 16:03 - Updated Fri, 17 Jun 2016 16:02
Private investment technical unit to boost environmental sector - says official
Luanda - The director of the Technical Unit for Private Investment (UTIP), Norberto Garcia, considered Thursday in Luanda that the entity within the Ministry of Environment, opens new opportunities for the sector.
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Norberto Garcia - Director of UTIP
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Norberto Garcia who was speaking at the opening of the seminar on "Financing of Projects and Environmental Risks", promoted by the Ministry of Environment, through its Technical Unit Support to Private Investment (UTAIP), said that this entity is a clear sign that, projects are now in good condition to be assessed.
The official said that this time will make the projects to be carried out at the headquarters of private investment aimed to be supported both from the point of view of legal implementation in the short and medium term.
In his view, the technical support that the unit will provide legal advice and that the Angolan government set to environmental issues, will be safeguarding the Angolan biodiversity, looking at the ecosystem in a sustainable way.
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