Luanda - The Sovereign Fund of Angola recorded a profit of US $234 million in 2019, as a result associated with its good performance in the international financial markets, where it has invested more than US $1.7 million.More about this news
Luanda - The Angolan Agency of Regulation and Supervision of Insurances (ARSEG) intends to set up soon a taskforce that will draft a set of norms in the fiscal domain, with a view to stimulating the activities of pension funds.
Lubango - The governor of the southern Huila Province, João Marcelino Tyipinge, last Wednesday in Lubango City said that the Public Investments Programme (PIP) for this province is budgeted at 56 million Angolan kwanzas, for investments in the social, economic and productive sector.
Luanda - The mining sector is studying the creation of a mining investment fund to support local businesses and therefore development of the sector, said Friday in Luanda the minister of Geology and Mining, Francisco Queiroz.
Luanda - The Angolan Sovereign Fund (FSDEA) has been a victim of groundless accusations published in the ambit of the international investigation process dubbed "Panama Papers", so it finds it necessary to clarify the matter, reads a note from the institution made public last Thursday, in Luanda.
Luanda - At least 3.8 million Kwanzas (USD 38 million) is the amount that the Angolan Risk Capital Asset Fund (FACRA) invested up to now in several economic projects in the country, said Friday in Luanda, the minister of Economy, Abraao Gourgel.
Luanda - The Chamber of Commerce of the United States - Angola (USACC) is promoting this Thursday in Luanda a Press conference on the credit line for import and export of goods to and from the USA.
Huambo - The budget of the Municipal Integrated Programme of Fight against Poverty in the central Huambo Province for this year has had an increase in the order of 107 percentage, compared to 2013, reported on Wednesday the provincial deputy governor for economic and productive matters, Francisco Fato.
The Social Corporate Fund of the Angolan Foment Bank (BFA) was considered the Best Programme for the Involvement of Community by the Capital Finance International magazine (CFI).