Angola: A new era dawnsTuesday, March 20, 2018
by Business Council for Africa
For investors seeking a footprint in Africa’s largest markets, Angola has remained an enigma following the end of the country’s 27-year civil war in 2002. A new President, João Lourenço, was inaugurated in September 2017, bringing an end to 38 years of rule by his predecessor José Eduardo dos Santos. Since acceding to power Lourenço has begun to implement sweeping changes. In this briefing, Sofala provides an outlook for Angola’s political and investment climate under new leadership, and the implications for companies looking to enter the Angolan market.
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