Export

Export
Iron, copper, gold and mining as asphalt are resources that Angola offers, besides diamonds, the second largest source of foreign exchange. Oil production, in the first quarter of 2015, was between 1.8 and 1.9 million barrels per day according to BPI's note.

Invest

Invest
The most attractive country in Africa to foreign investors. Since 2010, when the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development...

Setting up a business

Setting up a business
Angola recently reformed the foreign investment law to become more attractive to international investors. Oil, Mining, telecoms,...

Who can help

Who can help
The decision to invest in a country or a business should be accompanied by appropriate...

About Angola

About Angola
Everything you need to know about Angola

Legal Framework

Legal Framework
The west African state of Angola became independent from Portugal on the 11th November 1975...
BNA intends to strengthen sales...

BNA intends to strengthen sales...

The National Bank of Angola (BNA) intends to implement and enforce the sale of foreign currency to cover international credit card payments and money transfers, reducing in this way, the physical availability of banknotes in foreign currencies.   The information was revealed by the Governor of BNA, Valter Filipe, quoted by the Novo Jornal, adding that the central bank intends to strengthen...
New Cimangola invests 300 million...

New Cimangola invests 300 million...

The cement production company, Nova Cimangola,...
Angolan oil exports to China...

Angolan oil exports to China...

Angola was the largest exporter of oil to China...
Angolan air taxi service created...

Angolan air taxi service created...

The Angolan business group, Miamop, has launched...

Videos and Tourism Articles

Facts about Angola

Great Video with curious facts about Angola.

Luanda

Here you can find a list of the top hotels in Luanda.   TALATONA... read more

Holidays in Angola

Angola is a huge country as it is immense what it has to offer. From exotic... read more

Activities & Tours

With the end of civil war that devastated the country, Angola has become... read more

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