Sat, 05 Mar 2016 10:31 - Updated Sat, 05 Mar 2016 10:30
Japanese entrepreneurs briefed on private investment
Luanda - A Japanese business delegation that is in Angola since Wednesday, was received on Thursday in Luanda by the director of the Technical Unit for Private Investment (PICU), Norberto Garcia, who briefed them on the business opportunities in the country.
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Director of Technical Unit for Private Investment, Norberto Garcia
Photo: Lino Guimaraes/Arquivo
During the talks, the Japanese businesspeople linked to machinery, equipment, information technology and environment sectors were elucidated on the policies outlined by the Angolan Government, with a view to attracting foreign investment, within the diversification of the economy.
After the meeting, Norberto Garcia told the press that the sunrise country’s entrepreneurs were satisfied and convinced with the benefits and tax incentives provided by the state to attract foreign investors in order to achieve the various elected projects.
He said the Japanese were informed on the potential that the country has to conduct business, especially in the areas of agriculture, industry, agro-industry, tourism, energy and water, transport, among others, as well as spaces for the achievement of recommended projects.
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