Cairo - A technical team was set up last Wednesday, in Cairo, to review the co-operation accords between Angola and Egypt, whose signing go back to the year 1983.
Luanda - At least two million euros is the amount made available by the European Union (E.U) for the training of Angolan entrepreneurs that want to be involved in the process of exporting goods to the E.U market.
Luanda - Angola has won award in its second securities issuance activity in London dubbed "Operação Palanca 2" held last May in international financial markets, standing as the best sovereign issuance for 2018.
Luanda - At least 3.5 million Euros was spent on the second line of cutting and polishing of ornamental rocks by "Alaturca Pedras Naturais" plant, a firm attached to the Bongani Investment group.
Luanda - Angola's Maritime Transport Company (TMA Express) lost about 181,000 kwanzas in three working day as the company?s employees decided to stop work due to the employer?s failure to pay the 11 month-wage.
Cairo - The combination of cultural and commercial products, as well as fashion-related material were the gimmicks for the people that visited, last Tuesday in Cairo, the Angolan exhibition pavilion at the first Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF/2018), which began last Tuesday in Egypt and is set to end on 17 December.
Cairo - The implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Zone (ZCLCA) agreements, scheduled for 2019, to accelerate the production of local goods and services and to emerge from the economic dependence of African countries, dominated the official opening of the first Intra-African Trade Fair, which began today in Egypt.
Mbanza Kongo - Fuel smuggling attempt to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was thwarted last weekend by the national police who ended with seizure of 3,350 liters of diesel, in municipality of Mbanza Kongo northern Zaire province.
Luanda - The diamonds to be put up for sale in an auction scheduled for next January is an initiative to bolster the commitment with innovation and transparency in the diamond industry and before the civil society and business community, Angop has learnt.