Sat, 26 Mar 2016 11:00 - Updated Sat, 26 Mar 2016 11:00
Angola: Angolan and British companies interact on business
Luanda - Various Angolan and British companies met on Wednesday in Luanda for a dialogue on the quality of corporate interaction between them in the country.
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According to a press note sent to Angop on Friday, the companies participated in a debate on some relevant issues that characterize the business environment in Angola, the business interaction between the two countries, the laws of both countries to normalize business interaction and contribute to the optimization of win-win relations.
According to the document, the British companies expressed concern about how to operate the current state of corporate interaction in Angola in the light of the new British law against bribery and were able to identify several challenges to overcome concerning the relationship with the private and public sector. However, they recognized the poor familiarity with the particularities of this new law.
The Angola Ethics Centre in partnership with the Industrial Association of Angola, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Angola, the UK-ANGOLA Chamber of Commerce, the Association of Commercial Banks of Angola and the Federation of Women Entrepreneurs of Angola committed themselves to support efforts to build an ethical culture in organizations and businesses.
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