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Thu, 10 Jan 2019 16:56 - Updated Fri, 11 Jan 2019 08:32

Mineral resources from Angola exhibited in Japan

Luanda - Angola's oil and mineral resources minister Diamantino Azevedo will present Angolan potentialities in terms of oil and mineral resources this Friday in Tokyo city, ANGOP learned from a source.

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Oil and Mineral Resources minister, Diamantino Pedro Azevedo (File)

Photo: NELSON MALAMBA

The special presentation will be made in the auditorium of the headquarters building of the Japanese Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) during a seminar promoted jointly by this bank and the embassy of Angola to Japan.

Diamantino Azevedo has been in the Japanese city since last Tuesday January 08 and is part of an inter-ministerial delegation that also includes the Ministers of Finance and Transport.

The delegation anticipates during this visit to sign contracts with Japanese companies and institutions, such as Toyota and Nexi, as well as a financing agreement with JBIC.

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