Portugal: AICEP office in Luanda makes it possible to set up companies in Portugal

28 April 2009

Lisbon, Portugal, 28 April – The AICEP business centre in Luanda, Angola, will be the agency’s first representative office to allow Portuguese companies to be set up from abroad, the agency’s chairman said Monday.

“The office in Luanda of the Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade is the first of the 48 representations in the AICEP network, in 42 countries, that will house posts to set up companies, allowing for commercial and building registration to support Portuguese companies,” the agency’s chairman Basílio Horta told Portuguese news agency Lusa.

Horta and the chairmen of the Institute of Registration and Notaries, António Figueiredo, and of the National Institute of Intellectual Property, António Campinos, signed two protocols with the aim of the foreign network of AICEP housing posts to set up companies and notary and registration services. (macauhub)