Introduction from the Head of UKTI, Angola, John Woodruffe
I am delighted to welcome you to the 2nd edition Doing Business in Angola guide.
Even taking into account the effect the oil price is having on Angola, there is no doubt British company interest in the country, whether it is in oil and gas or one of the many sectors which are beginning to open up, is showing no signs of slowing down. The forthcoming trade missions in the autumn have already generated an excellent response, particularly with the exciting plans the Angolan Government has for the future, e.g. the planned rebuild of Luanda and the huge push in renewable energies.
I have no doubt Angola will continue to be an exciting place for years to come, with more and more opportunities opening up, coupled with a desire from the Angolan Government to help ease current restrictions on investment laws. The already significant British investment and growing trade links in Angola stand us in very good stead to substantially increase our presence and help Angola drive forward its development.
UKTI provides a wide range of support services and we look forward to supporting your business ventures both to help you enter the market and on an on-going basis in this ever developing and exciting country.
I look forward to working with you.
Head UKTI, Angola
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