Angola’s ANIP signs further 24 private investment contracts

30 July 2013

Angola’s National Agency for Private Investment (ANIP) signed 24 contracts Friday in Luanda with national and foreign companies worth US$151 million.

The contracts were signed by the chair of ANIP, Maria Luísa Abrantes and representatives of the companies, most of which are from the industrial, services and construction sectors.

Abrantes said that amongst the contracts signed in the last few months, construction was the sector to benefit most, followed by services, and the companies involved are from Angola and countries such as Portugal, Sierra Leone, the Netherlands, Kenya, China, India, Denmark and the Virgin Islands.

ANIP is the government body responsible for carrying out Angolan policy on private investment, its promotion, coordination, and supervision. (macauhub)