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IMF team says improving the business climate in Angola is critical for economic diversification and growth

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team led by Ricardo Velloso visited Luanda from March 1-15, 2018, to conduct discussions for the 2018 Article IV consultation has advised the government that improving the business climate is critical to tackle impediments to economic diversification and growth. 847 more words


A Lonely Devil by Sousa Jamba

The title of Sousa Jamba’s novel provides thought-provoking insight into the mindset of its protagonist. All evidence suggests that Fernando Luis is indeed a devil, or at least has the capacity to be one when circumstances allow for it. 769 more words

Angola will now offer visa on arrival

The nationals of 61 countries (including India) travelling to Angola will be granted visas on arrival beginning March 30, 2018. Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA) said the visitors will only need to submit their accommodation and subsistence means to get the tourism visa in Luanda. 103 more words


Africa Oil & Gas: "Angola should increase transparency of oil sector" - ADB says

Angola should increase the transparency of the roles played by the different institutions operating in the oil sector and focus on the domestic processing of oil, said a recent report from the African Development Bank (ADB). 182 more words

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ANGOLA: Luanda Is Paris of Africa But Do Not Give Beggars Money, Illegal To Carry Kwanza To Airport,Don't Go Out At Night Alone,

Luanda is the capital of Angola. It is on the Angola’s Atlantic coast.

In recent history, the center of decades of conflict, the start of the 21st century has seen a massive boom in construction in Luanda, where peace and stability have attracted numerous foreign companies to invest in offices in the city. 4,701 more words

Africa Oil & Gas: Sonangol Selling off Blocks to solve its lagging revenues issue

Angola’s state-run oil and gas firm, Sonangol, is planning to sell off its stakes in two oil blocks to help bolster its lagging revenues. According to company chief executive, Carlos Saturnino, to recover from the crisis that has hit its revenue hard, it is preparing to sell its stake in blocks 21/09 and 20/11. 67 more words

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