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Sun, 09 Jun 2019 11:57 - Updated Sun, 09 Jun 2019 11:56

Angola seeks Italian investment

Luanda - Attracting Italian direct investment to Angola is the main objective of a business forum that will take place Monday 10 in the Italian city of Milan.

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Domingos Viera Lopes, secretary of state for international cooperation and Angolan communities, will open the Angola-Italy forum

Photo: Alberto Julião

The forum, which will focus on sectors such as agriculture, industry, banking, insurance, tourism and infrastructure, aims to foster partnerships between Angolan and Italian companies.


A third objective of the agenda of the meeting is related to the diversification of the list of Angolan products to be exported to Italy, among them coffee and tropical fruits.


The business meeting is a joint organization of the Angola-Italy Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Private Investment and Export Promotion Agency of Angola (AIPEX).

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