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President invites Italians to invest in new phase of privatization program

This Thursday, the President invited Italian businessmen to invest in the privatization program and pointed out several areas with opportunities for the private sector, from the pharmaceutical industry, to textiles, including tourism.


"The Government of Angola wants the private sector to be the engine for the country's economic growth. For this reason, in 2019 we started a vast program of privatization of State assets", said João Lourenço, in Rome, at the Forum Business Italy-Angola.

The head of state, who this Thursday was the last day of his visit to Italy, highlighted that these are assets and companies "that are very profitable when in the hands of the private sector and a safe source for Italian investors to have an opportunity to invest in Angola, whether or not in partnership with Angolan investors.

João Lourenço insisted on the objective of creating a favorable environment for the growth of opportunities for investors and entrepreneurs operating in Angola, highlighting sectors that help to diversify the economy, reduce dependence on oil and create jobs, highlighting the context of economic recovery.

He stressed that Italy is one of Angola's main partners due to its strong presence in the oil and gas sector, through the oil company ENI, which also has ongoing renewable energy projects, but pointed out other sectors of interest such as agro-industry or the of tourism.

He considered, on the other hand, that "the rebirth of the textile industry and the interest in the tanning industry in Angola can be supported and encouraged through strategic partnerships with Italian industries" in these sectors.

Ornamental stones, wood industry, pharmaceutical industry for the production of medicines, vaccines and disposable material for hospital consumption were other areas in which "economic and business cooperation relations between Angola and Italy could be based", according to João Lourenço.


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