Mon, 23 Sep 2019 11:06 - Updated Mon, 23 Sep 2019 11:06
Private Investment Agency records 178 investment proposals
Luanda - The Private Investment and Export Promotion Agency (AIPEX) have registered 178 private investment proposals from August 2018 to August 31, 2019, valued at US $ 1.6 billion.
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Agriculture is a priority for investors
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According to the AIPEX report for August, these investment proposals target the sectors of construction (4), education (3), health (2), hospitality and tourism (3), fisheries (2) service provision (27), agriculture (10), commerce (43) and industry (84).
Of the total investment proposals which targeted almost all provinces in the country, 44 projects have already been implemented, 126 are under implementation according to the AIPEX statistical report.
The implementation of the 44 projects, valued at US $ 788 million, has already led to the creation of 3 948 effective jobs.
The implementation of these 178 investment proposals will enable the creation of 13,885 jobs, both domestic and foreign.
AIPEX aims to promote exports, attract private investment, register investment proposals, institutional support and monitor the execution of investment projects and internationalization of Angolan companies.
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