IN AN OVERALL COMPETITIVE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT, ANGOLA OPENS ITSELF TO THE WORLD.
Angola, whose capital is Luanda, is located on the Atlantic Coast of South West Africa, between the Republic of Namibia and the Republic of Congo, and borders the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Zambia to the east.
Angola is a country potentially rich in mineral resources.
The recent studies carried out within the scope of Planageo allowed identifying in its subsoil the existence of thirty-five (35) of the forty-five (45) most important riches of global trade, among which stand out, petroleum, natural gas, diamonds, phosphates, bituminous substances, iron, copper, magnesium, gold and ornamental stones.
The official language is Portuguese and its currency is the Kwanza.
The Government, chaired by HE Dr. João Lourenço, President of the Republic, is in favor of a foreign policy that encourages stronger cultural, economic and trade relations with other countries and intends to be an active member of the international community.
THE GROWTH OF ANGOLA RELIES ON THE DIVERSIFICATION OF ITS ECONOMY.
Special Economic Zones are common all over the world. They have been established in several countries: in China, Indonesia, India, Brazil, Kenya, Ethiopia, Malaysia, among others, to increase the competitiveness of a region and attract foreign investment. Thus, the Luanda / Bengo SEZ was also created in Angola.
ANGOLA IS ONE OF THE MOST POLITICALLY STABLE COUNTRIES OF THE SOUTHERN REGION OF AFRICA.
On the international scene, Angola has been giving strong support to initiatives that promote peace and the resolution of regional disputes, giving priority to diplomatic means of preventing conflicts and promoting human rights.
The Angolan Government has taken all necessary steps to ensure that investors can trust and gain confident that they are entering an open and healthy competitive environment.
Stability and security are necessary preconditions for the social and economic development of any country. And the Angolan Government supports the development and growth of the national economy, through the generation of employment and the increase of domestic production.
The pursuit of these objectives requires, among other things, the emergence of transparent, accountable, modern and competent institutions.
ANGOLA AND THE DIVERSIFICATION OF ITS ECONOMY.
The future sustainability of the Angolan economy depends on the construction of a consistent and robust private sector, so we prioritize the development of a business and investment environment that supports the start up and growth of companies and industry.
The development of a diversified private sector ensures the establishment of new companies and industries in the Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone (SEZ), which is essential for the development of this region, job creation, as well as to strengthen the non-oil economy.
ANGOLA, A NATION OPEN TO THE WORLD WITH A NATIONAL AND FOREIGN, ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSINESS CLASS
Angola invites you to make your investment, national or international, in the Special Economic Zone, thus contributing to development, competitiveness and entrepreneurship.