Fri, 01 Feb 2019 12:50 - Updated Fri, 01 Feb 2019 12:50
Angola presents measures for good business environment
Luanda -The ambassador of Angola to Guinea-Bissau, Daniel Rosa, last Thursday in that country’s capital spoke about the quality of business and measures adopted by the Angolan Executive for the present Angolan context.
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On a press note, the Angolan Embassy in Guinea-Bissau states that Daniel Rosa made this statement in the act that served to launch the Federation of Business Women of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP).
In the act, the diplomat spoke also about the measures of the Angolan Executive turned to the support of national production boost and generation of jobs, aiming for the improvement of the prosperity of families.
The ambassador touched on the measures being taken by the Angolan Executive to attract foreign investment, such as the approval of a new Business Competition Law, reduction of the fiscal debt and improving visa issuing for foreigners’ entrance in Angola which now can also be issued on-line.
The ceremony was attended by the First Lady of Guinea-Bissau, Maria Rosa Vaz, who is the chairwoman of the mentioned CPLP project.
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