Luanda — The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, said last Saturday that in the ambit of the reform being implemented by the Angolan Executive, the policies to attract investments are placed on top of the priorities.
Speaking at the 13th Extraordinary Session of the African Union (AU)’s General Assembly, which happened in South Africa via videoconference, the statesman underlined that the intention is to make the Angolan economy more attractive to investors all over the world.
He went on to say that the country is seeking to find the necessary tools to guarantee social progress and wellbeing of Angolans.
“We’ve been implementing a serious programme for the improvement of the business environment in Angola, in partnership with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank (…)”, stressed the president.
According to João Lourenço, all the evaluations have been positive, which constitutes a factor of trust for the international financial community.
The videoconference summit focused on the topic African Free Trade Zone.