Luanda, Angola, 15 Sept – British companies are interested in producing goods and offering services with Angolan branding with added value and with British technology, the coordinator of the management commission of the National Private Investment Agency (ANIP) said Tuesday in Luanda.
“I was informed that there are British firms interested in creating Angolan brands with added value and with British technology, so that they will not just come and create or sell brands that already exist in other countries,” Aguinaldo Jaime said.
At the end of a meeting with members of the British parliament visiting Angola, Jaime said he had told them about the rights, incentives and guarantees that the Angolan government provides to companies interested in investing in the country.
Beforehand the British delegation, headed by member of parliament Bruce Grocott, met with the Secretary of State for the Economy and coordination, Job Graça, who told them about the ministries main responsibilities are well as its organisational structure. (macauhub)