The Board of Directors of the Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone (ZEE-EP) held a courtesy meeting with the president of the OPAIA Group, Agostinho Kapaia and its partners of the South Korean multinational KOLON.
This meeting was part of the policies defined by the Government for the ZEE-EP and in fulfilling its mission to attract new investments related to the non-oil sector, as well as the need to create favorable conditions for the promotion of diversification of the national economy, domestic production, export promotion and new jobs creation.
António Henriques da Silva, chairman of the ZEE-EP Board of Directors, informed the potential investors of the Zone’s strengths and the benefits they would enjoy when they settled in it, reiterating ZEE-EP’s role in the policies of the Government. “ZEE is a place of reference in Angola, open to private investment, both domestic and foreign,” said António da Silva.
About the Partnership between Kolon and the Opaia Group
The partnership between Kolon and the Opaia Group aims to set up a pharmaceutical factory in the Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone. Kolon’s investment portfolio in Asia, Europe, Africa and America is valued at more than $800 million. The company operates in the automobile, technology, pharmacy, chemical, production of solar panels, among other sectors.
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