The provincial offices of the National Bank of Angola (BNA) will start sharing information in order to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing, the governor of the central bank said on Friday in the city of Huambo.
Valter Filipe, who was speaking at the end of a cycle of lectures held in the provinces of Cabinda, Huila, Benguela and Huambo, said that … More
The final version of the proposal for the new Customs Tariff of Angola, which will come into force this year, is ready and will be submitted to the Cabinet for approval, the head of the General Tax Administration (AGT) said on Friday in Luanda.
Hermenegildo Gaspar also told Angolan news agency Angop that the main features of the new Customs Tariff are … More
Work on the Fund to Support Agricultural Development (FADA) of Angola is currently focused on selecting the products that will benefit from state support, said the managing director Josefa Sacko.
FADA was reactivated in October 2016 as a “specialised financial institution” to support agricultural development policy in the country, under the Ministry of Finance, during a joint session of the Economic Commission … More
Luanda, the capital of Angola, is the city that has the highest costs for the first month for foreigners who move there in 2017, of an average US$3,259, according to a report released on Friday by specialist relocation company Movinga .
The company, based in Berlin, Germany, said in the report (https://www.movinga.de/en/relocation-price-index/usd/) that the cost of moving to Luandais higher than in … More
Portuguese-speaking countries should be the “stars” of economic growth in 2017 in Africa, a continent that is expected to see a slight recovery, according to the most recent economic forecasts from international institutions.
The “World Economic Situation and Prospects 2017,” report released last week by the Analysis and Economic Development Policy Division of the UN Department f Economic and Social Affairs, forecasts that Sao Tome and Principe will record the highest GDP growth among Portuguese-speaking countries – 5.5%, along with Mozambique. … More
A presentation session of the China-Portuguese Speaking Countries Cooperation and Development Fund and the investment framework for investment in Portuguese-speaking countries is due to take place on 25 January in Macau, organised by the Macau Institute for Trade and Investment Promotion (IPIM).
This session is co-organised by the Macau Economic Service, the Finance Services Bureau and the Macau Monetary Authority and support … More