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London's New African Best Friends

Angola, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Mozambique and Tanzania are to form “High Level Prosperity Partnerships” with the UK. But this odd collection of new partners has one thing in common: all ...

Source: Martin Plaut blog

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Business (Angola, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania) 10 months, 1 week

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The billion-dollar question: Where is Angola's oil money?

Oil has driven Angola's booming economy over the last decade, helping the resource-rich country emerge from the wreckage of a long, vicious war to become one Africa's major economic players.

Source: CNN

Drummed by Jimmy in Drum Business (Angola) 1 year, 7 months

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Angolan trains return to DR Congo in five months

Angolan trains return to DR Congo in five months

Source: Africa Review

Drummed by Vangile in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 1 month

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Chevron to invest $2 billion in Congo-Angola oil field

Chevron Corp plans to invest $2 billion to develop its Lianzi oilfield straddling the maritime border between Republic of Congo and Angola, a company official said on Sunday.

Source: Reuters

Drummed by sussie in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 1 month

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Angola diamond battle gets London court airing

A London court has been given a glimpse into the opaque world of Angolan diamonds, in a battle between a Russian-Israeli tycoon and his one-time partner that has also thrown ...

Source: Reuters

Drummed by philemon in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 3 months

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Appetite for investments remains strong in Angola and Mozambique despite downturn

Appetite for investments remains strong in Angola and Mozambique despite downturn

Source: Modern Ghana

Drummed by Hendrix in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 4 months

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Zambia, Angola Confer Over Cheap Fuel

ZAMBIA is still negotiating with the Angolan government on the possibility of striking a deal

Source: Times of Zambia

Drummed by Noah in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 4 months

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Angola's businesses beat most of Europe to 4G mobile services

The country has made enormous strides in rebuilding its economy, which is expected to grow by around 8% this year.

Source: BBC

Drummed by Noah in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 4 months

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Angola sees 2011 GDP growth at 3.7%

Angola's economy is likely to grow 3.7 percent this year from 3.4 percent...

Source: Business Report

Drummed by Lufto in Drum Business (Angola) 2 years, 11 months

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Brand building in Angola a tricky business

Foreign companies doing business in Angola need to tailor their marketing and advertising specifically for the local market.

Source: How we made it in Africa

Drummed by Kitts in Drum Business (Angola) 3 years

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