The director for Africa of the United States’ Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) said in Luanda that the bank was available to provide unlimited amounts of funding to business projects in Angola.
Rick Angiuoni said, however, that the priorities for the Ex-Im Bank’s credit line to Angola were the agriculture, energy, aviation, oil and gas, transport and telecommunications sectors and that the banks that were accredited to provide the loans were Banco Poupança e Crédito (BPC) Banco de Fomento Angola (BFA), Banco Angolano de Investimento (BAI) and Banco Espírito Santo Angola (BESA).
The director for Africa of the Export-Import Bank said that the credit lines would have a repayment period of seven years.
Angiuoni also said that the bank had decided to scrap the ceiling on funding to Angola as it believed that the African country is a partner of strategic importance to the United States in Africa.
He also said that so far businesspeople from Angola had had a credit line available to them of 12 billion kwanzas, which had never been used. (macauhub)
- United States’ Ex-Im bank opens credit line for Angola
- Angola: United States’ Ex-Im bank makes trade with Angola easier
- Angola: US Exim Bank to grant Angola credit facility
- The United States to open a credit line of US$400 million dollars for social housing
- United States provides Cape Verde with funding of US$66.2 million