Angola: Latest News
Makula Dunbar, 4:13 pm
Sub-Sahara’s TotallyConcrete Expo to analyze economic growth as it impacts the construction sector. Already in Tanzania, cement demand has increased 10 percent since last year.
Makula Dunbar, 1:06 pm
Angola makes it clear, unconstitutional power seizures are unwelcome. The Peace and Security Council is enforcing peace and tension prevention to reiterate the message
Dana Sanchez, 11:02 am
Falling agricultural productivity, a rising middle class and more mouths to feed are driving up Africa’s food imports, and that could spell opportunity, or set off finger pointing. Bad luck could be blamed, according to an article in Financial Times. Rice crops were damaged by bad weather in Niger, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Madagascar and Benin. Egypt’s cattle have been beset […]
Makula Dunbar, 1:47 pm
UNICEF holds a two-day chronic malnutrition conference in Paris revealing that loss of productivity and health care costs related to child malnutrition in Africa amounts to $25 billion annually.
Dana Sanchez, 4:12 pm
South Africa plans to to open new tourism offices in Africa, increase marketing around the world and calls for greater co-operation with other African tourism interests to strengthen travel by Africans in Africa.
Dana Sanchez, 1:52 pm
As a growing middle class and its spending power hasten urbanization in Africa, urban retailers increasingly need efficient distribution facilities or warehouses to store their merchandise.
The growing middle class and its spending power are hastening urbanization in Africa, and retailers need places to store their merchandise
Makula Dunbar, 2:59 pm
Angola finance minister José António da Conceição e Silva says financing is contributing to the reduction of the housing deficit.
Dana Sanchez, 1:45 pm
Despite economic growth and optimism in Africa, perceptions vary greatly between global business leaders doing business in Africa and those who have not yet invested there, according to the the Ernst & Young Africa Attractiveness Survey 2013.
Makula Dunbar, 2:49 pm
China and Portugal are becoming increasingly important for trade relations with Angola, whilst the United States and France are losing ground in the country’s balance of trade, according to Angolan figures cited by Portuguese bank BPI.
Dana Sanchez, 11:20 pm
South African banks that fail to adapt to the rise of the the Chinese currency, or renminbi, are being warned they could lose business to international banks better adapted to trade with the world’s second-largest economy.
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