- February 22, 2016
- Posted by: ABO Capital
- Category: Articles
Business opportunities in Angola other than oil are starting to get more attention — a necessity triggered by the country’s over dependence on crude coupled with sliding global commodities prices.
In October 2015, the Angolan Ministry of Finance reported that income from oil exports had fallen by 44 percent, according to MakaAngola.
“We should be focusing on the future and not on the past, said attorney Zandre Campos, 36. An Angola native, Campos quit his job with Sonangol, Angola’s giant state oil company, and started a private international investment firm.