Luanda, Angola, 15 April – The coordinator of the Commission for Restructuring of the Angolan National Agency for Private Investment (ANIP), Aguinaldo Jaime, said Wednesday in Luanda that by the end of the year Angola could receive 20 investment proposals from Denmark, Angolan news agency Angop reported Friday.
Jaime, who was speaking at the Denmark-Angola Economic Forum on technological and innovative solutions for Angola, said that despite the volume of investment from Denmark still being insignificant, as of now, Danish and Scandinavian investment in general could see significant growth in the country.
“Danish investment could increase in volume considering the projects put forward by the Danes,” said Jaime without giving details of the areas for investment.
“Angola was one of the most successful economies in Africa in 2010 in attracting private investment and that is why we should continue to work and apply pressure for partnerships to be set up between foreigners and Angolans,” he said. (macauhub)