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Cabinda - The General Tax Administration (AGT) in Cabinda today informed managers of companies and public institutions about the operation of the new technological system to be used in customs procedures, called, Asycuda.More about this news
Cabinda - The governments of Angola and Republic of Congo have agreed to work on re-building of border landmarks to ensure greater control and safety on common border.
Cabinda - Defence and Security Commission of Angola and Republic of Congo resumed Monday talks to re-launch the reinforcement of bilateral cooperation.
Cabinda - The Angolan Industrial Development Institute (IDIA) takes up as from now on the management of Fútila industrial park in substitution of Benfim Company whose management has been deemed negative.
Cabinda - The construction in coming days of a refinery in the far-northern Cabinda province will address the residents' expectations.
Luanda - The Ministry of Environment will launch a diagnosis of poaching in National Park of Maiombe, far-northern Cabinda province, under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
Cabinda - The northern Cabinda Province is to receive two million litres of fuel supply (petrol and diesel) in the forthcoming hours to meet the 20-day shortage of the products, which has affected the region.
Cabinda - The African Development Bank (AfDB) will spend in the coming months USD 1.5 million equivalent in the national currency (Kwanza), out of a total sum of USD 123.1 million, to fund the initial phase of Agriculture Value Chains in the northern Cabinda province.
Cabinda - The minister of Agriculture and Forests, Marcos Alexandre Nhunga, has encouraged peasant families and groups organised in small and medium firms in the northern Cabinda Province to support the Agricultural Value Chains project in the production of coffee, groves of palm trees, cocoa and cashews.