Luanda - Angolan Finance minister, Vera Daves de Sousa, has expressed the need to accelerate the deepening of the capital market instruments for the financing of the country’s economy, reads a note from the incumbent Ministry that reached Angop on Tuesday.More about this news
Saurimo - The entry into force of the Mining Code in the country has given greater credibility to the mineral resources sector, safeguarding the fiscal aspects and improving the management of mining resources, said the Secretary of State for Geology and Mining, Jânio da Rosa Corrêa Victor in Saurimo (Lunda Sul),
Luanda - The first Angolan digital bank, called DUbank Angola, with an initial investment estimated at USD 12 million, might be inaugurated in the first quarter of this year, revealed last Thursday its Executive Director, Sérgio Hirose.
Malanje - The Secretary of State for Commerce, Amadeu Nunes, today asked the heads of the large commercial establishments in Malanje, to invest more in national products, in order to make a greater contribution to the country's development.
Davos - Angola's Finance minister, Vera Daves de Sousa, presented on Tuesday to international investors at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the country’s Privatization Programme (Propriv), whose aim is to privatize 195 companies.
Luanda - An Angolan delegation, led by the minister of Finance, Vera Daves de Sousa, is to arrive this Monday, in Zurich, to participate in the 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, which takes place on Jan 21 to 24 in the City of Davos, Switzerland.
Luanda - The Ministry of Finance will work to prevent the local authorities' financing model from functioning as a new source of fiscal risk, having as an accelerating effect the stock of public debt, the Secretary of State for Finance and Treasury, Osvaldo João, said on Saturday.
Luanda - A book entitled “The Power of Informal Economy” by the Angolan economist Juliana Evangelista Ferraz will be released on January 30 this year.
Luanda - Luanda's Diamond Hotel and Enditrade will be privatized this year, announced the Endiama EP Group's CEO, José Manuel Ganga.