Angola hopes to attract US$4 million in private investment per year

17 March 2014

The Angolan government hopes to attract US$4 billion in private investment each year until 2017, the president of the Angolan National Private Investment Agency (ANIP) said in Luanda.

The Target was announced by Maria Luísa Abrantes at the end of a ceremony to sign 10 new investment contracts worth US$25 million overall, in the services, construction, industrial, retail and health sectors.

According to Angolan news agency Angop, the president of ANIP noted an investment by Portuguese doctor Fernando Póvoas in the health sector, adding that investments in this area will still very small.

The clinic that will be set up by the Portuguese physician will offer specialist appointments in the areas of dermatology, neuro-pediatrics and gynaecology, and Póvoas has said that after opening in Luanda he has plans to open another clinic in Benguela province. (macauhub)