UAE’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) has signed an agreement for the protection and promotion of investment with Angola, at the Ministry’s premises in Dubai, UAE.
The agreement comes in line with the Ministry’s strate
El Sewedy Power, a subsidiary of Egypt’s El Sewedy Electric, has signed a contract worth $484.5 million to build three power stations in Angola, said a report.
The deal signed with the Angolan government is yet to receive ap
APR Energy, a global leader in fast-track power solutions, said that it has signed extensions of its power generation contracts in Iraq and Angola.
The company's contract extension in Iraq is for a one-year term, and runs thro
Canadian Specialist Hospital (CSH), one of the largest private hospitals in Dubai, UAE, plans to expand operations into Africa as many African patients opt for the UAE, considered it to be one of the most friendly medical tourism destinations ov
Despite being recognised as a relatively inexpensive city, the cost of imported goods and safe living conditions in the country are available at a steep price, said Mercer's 2015 Cost of Living Survey.
General Electric Co would lose a $350-million deal to build locomotives for Angola, and perhaps billions of dollars more in future export opportunities, if Congress closes the US Export-Import Bank, a senior GE executive told Reuters.
Averda, a leading waste management company in the Middle East and Africa, is delivering city cleaning services in Ingombota, a major urban district within Angola’s capital city of Luanda.
The five-year contract, awarded rece
Iraq has approved major contract items for Eni's giant oilfield project in its south, just hours after the Italian company threatened to pull out if red tape was not cut and Angola's Sonangol quit projects in the north due to security co
Emirates will operate a daily service to Luanda, Angola’s capital city, starting December 1, with the addition of four extra flights per week.
The move to daily flights will add just over 1,600 more seats per week, giving An
Seaborne oil exports from Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), excluding Angola and Ecuador, will fall by 20,000 barrels per day (bpd) in the four weeks to July 7, said an analyst.
Exports will reach 23.92 million bpd