Fri, 05 May 2017 12:38 - Updated Fri, 05 May 2017 12:38
UTIP signs Usd 19 million contract
Luanda - A Usd 19.5 million private investment contract for the construction of a telecommunication technology estate was signed Thursday in Luanda between the Private Investment Technical Unit (UTIP) and ACS-Angola Comunicações e Sistemas Lda.
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UTIP CEO, Norberto García (left) and ACS director, Edgar Martins, during the signing of the deal
Photo: Lino Guimaraes
The deal was signed by UTIP director, Norberto Garcia and the ACS director general, Edgar Martins.
Speaking to the press, Norberto Garcia described it as an expansion and modernisation project expected to secure 71 existing jobs and create 20 new ones for nationals.
In his turn, the ACS director general said that from the economic point of view, the project will contribute to the development of the country’s telecommunication sector.
He stated as well that the project will secure the expansion of the quality of the information and telecommunication services support infrastructure around the country.
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