The Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone (ZEE) is a physically demarcated space that comprises a perimeter with an area of 4,717.91 hectares. This reserve in the municipality of Viana, in Luanda, is a territory earmarked for industrial occupation, constituting the largest space in Angola for the implementation of industry projects.
It also contains a commercial hub, housing projects, services and other investments. A zone with plenty of resources to boost the Angolan economy. The Zone was created in 2009, by the Angolan State, and given the need for its inclusion in the new local dynamism strategy, it was resized through Presidential Decree No. 81/21 of 8 April.
Its main objective is to promote national production, attract private investment (national and foreign), create employment and contribute to the diversification of the economy.