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Mon, 19 Aug 2019 19:03 - Updated Mon, 19 Aug 2019 19:03

Government reveals companies under privatization program

Luanda - The Angolan Government has already made public the list of 195 companies that will be privatized by 2022, under the Privatization Program (PROPRIV).

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Cement factory Nova Cimangola (file)

Photo: Lucas Neto

The list of companies, which serve various sectors of economic and social life, is expressed in Presidential Decree No. 250/19, of August 5, already published in State Gazette.

This privatization program is intended to boost job creation in the country, especially in those companies that are eventually at a standstill or working at "slow pace".

With this measure, the Angolan Government seeks, as stated by the Minister of State for Economic Coordination, Manuel Nunes Júnior, during the presentation of the referred program, to increase competition and efficiency in Angolan companies and economy.

For some state-owned strategic companies, such as Sonangol, TAAG and other similar firms, the World Bank-supported privatization program will be partial.

Here is the range of companies to be privatized:

Companies for sale by public tender, restricted by previous qualification, or privatization on the stock exchange - National reference companies:

BCI, ENSA, BAI, Bodiva, Economic Bank, Caixa Geral Angola Bank, SD ZEE, New Village, Biocom, Textang II, SATEC, Textile Africa, Nova Cimangola, Secob do Lobito, Cuca, EKA, Ngola, Mota Engil Angola, MS Telecom, Net One, Unitel, Sonangol, Sonangalp, Endiama.

Sonair, TAAG, SGA (Enana), Angola Telecom, Cable TV Angola, Angola Cables, Multitel, ENCTA, Technip Angola, OPS Production, OPS Oil Production Services, Sonamet Industrial, Angofles Industrial, China Sonangol, Sonimech.

Sonangol's subsidiaries and assets:

Children's Center June 1, Future Children's Center of Tomorrow, Dirani SGPS, Dirani Project II, III and IV, Genius, Solo Property Nightbrigde, Founto, Atlantida Travel Tourism (Luanda), Atlantis Travel Tourism (Lisbon), Miramar Enterprises, WTA / Houston Express, WTA International, WTA (Paris), WTA Travel Agency Luanda, ITSS, Girassol Clinic, CCTA, Manubito, Luxerviza, Port Amboim Shipyard, Lobito Shipyard, Puaça, ENCO, Jasmin Shipping Company.

China Sonangol International, Puma Energy, Societé Ivoirienne de Raffinage, Sonadiets Lda, Sonadiets Services, Sonaid, Sonangol Cape Verde, Sonasurf Angola, Sonasing Mondo, Sonasing Saxi Batuque, Sonasing Xicomba, Sonatide Marine Lda (branch), Sonatide Marine Services , Petromar Lda, Kwanda Logistic Support Lda, Sona Cergy, Infotur Benguela Hotel, Kwanda Base Hotel, HCTA, Florence Hotel.

ZEE Industrial Units:

Univitro, Joinx, Carton, Absor, Indugidet, Coberlen, Saciango, Indupackage, Induplas - Plastic Bag Industry, Angtor, Transplants, Bombagua, Galvanang Galvanizing Industry, Infer, Matrix, Indupam, Tile, Inducarpin - Carpentry Industry, Indutubos - HDPE, Mecametal, Induplastic Pipe Industry - Plastic Fittings Industry.

Pipeline - PVC Industry, BTMT - AP, BT & MT and Boiler Industry, Inducabos, Ninhoflex, Vedaela, Footwear, Empave, Funsulcaco, Inducon, Indufex, Indulouças, Indutite, Portatura, Ursucobal, Angola Cables, Betonar, Indugalve , Casting, Inocombo, Sidurex, BT Voltage, Unidulab, Pivangola, Inducerang, Indumas, Lab Control, Zube II, Mangotal, Inducamar.

Other companies and assets to be privatized:

Catumbela Industrial Slaughterhouse, Industrial Slaughterhouse and Porto Amboim, Luanda Modular Slaughterhouse, Malanje Modular Slaughterhouse, Caxito Tomato and Banana Processing Plant, Caxito Refrigerated Warehouse, Dombe Grande Cans Factory, Tomato Processing Plant Dombe Grande, Grande Dombe Coldstore.

Namibe Tomato Processing Plant, Namibe Refrigerator Warehouse, Caconda Silos Complex, Caala Silos Complex, Catabola Silos Complex, Catete Complex, Ganda Silos Complex, Matala Silos Complex, Quizenga Farm, Cubal Farm, Pungo Andongo Farm.

Long Farm, Camaiangala Agricultural Development Project, Cuimba Agro-Industrial Farm, Sanza Pombo Agricultural Development Project, Infotur Lubango Hotel, Infotur Namibe Hotel, Infotur Cabinda Hotel, Maianga Hotel, Rio Mar Hotel, Unicargas.

TCUL, Secil Marítima, ACS, Elta, Peskwanza, Ngolome Fish Training and Processing Center, Massangano Larviculture and Fattening Center, Former Naval Shipyard, Caota Deolinda Rodrigues Shipyard, Lândana Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Lombo Artisanal Fishing Support Center Lombo, Luanda Island Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Artisanal Hole Fishing Support Center, Cabo Ledo Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Equimina Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Center for Support to Artisanal Fishing of Damba Maria, Caota Artisanal Fishing Support Center.

Egipto Praia Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Tombwa Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Lucira Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Tombwa Salting and Drought Center, Mocamedes Salting and Drought Center, Artisanal Fishing Support Center das Salinas, Kicombo Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Soyo Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Nzeto Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Kasai Artisanal Fishing Support Center, Barra do Dande Artisanal Fishing Support Center.

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