Luanda - The Ministry of Energy and Water wants a closer partnership with the Angola Press Agency in its mission to collect, process and disseminate the facts, so that the citizen has a real perception of the actions and investments underway in the electrical and water sector.More about this news
Sumbe - The Cape Verde embassy will encourage its country’s entrepreneurs to invest in the province of Cuanza Sul, to create partnerships with local entrepreneurs and to contribute to the development of the region.
Luanda - Changing the energy and water tariff, a subject that is still being discussed by the Angolan Government, will give priority to the protection of the most disadvantaged consumers in terms of social and financial conditions, through the implementation of a special tariff.
Luanda - The Commerce Ministry on Friday warned economic operators to refrain from speculating on prices of goods and services, failing which they would be punished based on the penal code.
Luanda - The rules of the new exchange rate regime, which guide commercial banks to conduct transparent, fair, balanced and correct conduct in the acquisition and availability of foreign exchange, are effective as of February 1, 2018.
Luanda - Angola wants an organization of oil producing countries with greater visibility and projection in the African and world energy scene, said Friday the Minister of State for Economic and Social Development, Manuel Nunes.
Luanda - The Agricultural Laboratory of Biocom in northern Malanje province which performs the foliar analysis of several agricultural crops, recently received the second international quality certification, from the Interlaboratory Program of Plant Tissue Analysis (PIATV) of the Luiz de Queiroz Higher School of Agriculture (ESALQ) ), São Paulo, Brazil.
Luanda - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that the Angolan air transport market will move three times more passengers by 2036, reaching 7.1 million passengers per year, with an expected annual growth rate of 6.7 per cent.
Luanda - The Angolan minister of State for Economic and Social Development, Manuel Nunes Júnior, said Thursday in Luanda that the fiscal reduction of 2.9 percent against five of 2017 in the 2018 State Budget (OGE) will contribute to the reduction of the indebtedness needs, by the State, in terms of borrowable funds.