Luanda - The Angolan state concludes this Friday 23 the process of recovery of three textile factories built with public funds and foreclosed last June by the Prosecutor General of the Republic (PGR), due to irregularities registered in the act of privatization.
Luanda - The integrated rural development plan 2019-2020 is set to lay the foundations for making the country self-sufficient in food production and reducing imports, Secretary of State for Commerce, Amadeu Nunes said in Luanda on Tuesday.
Luanda - Textile factories built with public funds and seized by the Attorney General of the Republic, in the provinces of Luanda, Benguela and Cuanza Norte, began to be formally handed over to the state last Tuesday.
Luanda - Angolan Airlines (TAAG) will be flying to Lagos, Nigeria, as from October this year, in the framework of its intended strengthened presence and expansion in Africa, said on Monday the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Rui Carreira.
Malanje - At least Twenty million US dollars is the amount invested this year by Fazenda Socamia, in the acquisition of agricultural equipment, with a view to increasing corn production, Angop learn Tuesday from the delegate of the Castel group in Angola, Philippe Frédéric.
Luanda - The Angolan Government has already made public the list of 195 companies that will be privatized by 2022, under the Privatization Program (PROPRIV).
Luanda - The National Petroleum, Gas and Biofuel Agency (ANPG) is making the registration of those interested in taking part in the international road-show it will hold from September 3 to 23 to introduce the oil blocks of Namibe and Benguela basins for further auctioning.
Luanda - The chairman of the Angolan Association of Hotels and Resorts (AHRA), Armindo César said Thursday in Luanda that National production is now able to supply part of the needs of the Angolan restaurant and hotel industry.