Luanda - Trade Minister Joffre Van-Dunem reiterated Thursday in Luanda the country's engagement in honouring its commitments to integrate its economy into SADC and mainland regional markets.
Luanda - The French Oil company Total said it spent USD 2.5 billion on three new projects in 2018 to increase the production of more 100,000 barrels of oil per day in block 17 in the Angolan offshore.
Luanda - Angolan minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology José Carvalho da Rocha said Thursday in Luanda that the Executive is working on the investment of infrastructure and ensuring a more digital environment in companies-States-consumers relationship.
Luanda - Angola's Oil company (Sonangol) Thursday said it was investigating the accuracy of the detention of the Quenguela drillship by Malaysian authorities for allegedly berthing without authorisation in the territorial waters of that Asian country.
Lubango - Angola's Development Bank (BDA) will release USD 1 billion later this year to finance projects in the sectors of agriculture, livestock, trade, services and industry, aimed at diversifying the national economy.
Luanda, October 16 (ANGOP) - More than USD 7 million will be spent this year by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Fund (FAO) to support the resilience recovery project in Huila provinces and Cunene.
Luanda - The minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu, announced last Wednesday, in Luanda, that studies for the conception of Luanda's surface railway transportation are concluded.
Luanda -The General Tax Administration (AGT) on Wednesday said it has identified some economic agents who were illegally charging the Value Added Tax (VAT) and others for alleged lack of information, who, however, will be forced to reimburse the money.
Luanda - The Value Added Tax (VAT) calls for introduction of "tax free" legislation, which may enter into force in 2022, to refund amounts to foreigners shopping in Angola during the visit period.