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Angola to issue US$2B Eurobond in 2018 and renegotiate bilateral debt

Angola plans to issue a Eurobond and renegotiate bilateral debt in 2018 as part of measures aimed at restructuring the economy and controlling mounting debt payments, a government macroeconomic plan seen by Reuters showed. 154 more words


Luanda, la ciudad más cara del mundo

¡Bienvenidos a Luanda!

Disfrute usted de las maravillas del mundo africano. Calor todo el año, edificios colmena de los años 50, con módulos de aire acondicionado colgando en las fachas. 1,037 more words


Angola: Visa facilitation with China boosts business - businesspeople

The Angolan citizens linked to the commercial branch and residents of Luanda province are looking forward to increasing business with China after the visa facilitation agreement in ordinary passports initialed on Sunday between the authorities of both countries. 150 more words


Angola's Lourenco keeps pressure on Dos Santos cronies

The first major scalp claimed by Angola’s new president Joao Lourenco in his war on corruption and nepotism was that of his predecessor’s daughter, who was sacked as head of the state oil company. 725 more words


Africa Oil & Gas: Angola admits financing capability "exhaustion" of oil barrels loading model

Luanda – The Angolan Government intends to diversify external financing mechanisms, admitting the “exhaustion” of the oil barrels loading model as a guarantee of the credit lines of financing countries, such as China. 60 more words

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Los Cubanos en Angola

Bases para el estudio de una guerra olvidada (1975-1990)

El prestigioso intelectual, escritor y diplomático boliviano Carlos Antonio Carrasco F. nos brinda la traducción de su obra “LOS CUBANOS EN ANGOLA (1975-990)” (Bases para el estudio de una guerra olvidada), cuyo título original en francés es de “L’intervention étrangère dans la guerre angolaise: l’expérience cubaine” (INALCO, París, 1996). 173 more words


The Case for Term Limits, Angola Edition

The erasure of Jose Eduardo dos Santos’ 38-year rule in Angola appears to be accelerating. Angola does not have executive term limits, but Eduardo dos Santos finally stepped down as president in late 2017. 285 more words