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Angola to reform business climate to boost investment in agribusiness
9 Sep 2019
The Ministry of Trade, the Ministry of Economy and Planning and UNCTAD discussed reforms to boost FDI for economic diversification during the presentation of the Investment Policy Review (IPR)
Why Angola must foster entrepreneurship and diversify its economy
13 Aug 2019
Written byPaul Akiwumi, Director, Division for Africa, Least Developed Countries and Special Programmes, UNCTAD
The Gambia targets African tourists for more sustainable growth
24 May 2019
The West African nation hopes to attract more tourists from the continent and has enlisted UNCTAD and the UN Economic Commission for Africa in the endeavour.
Project tackles non-tariff barriers in Africa
21 Mar 2019
With the African Continental Free Trade Area just one ratification away from entry into force, a project gets to work on a new online tool for reporting and resolving trade barriers.
Angola gets to work on making trade easier, cheaper and faster
7 Sep 2018
UNCTAD held a workshop in Luanda to help government officials work on meeting Angola's obligations under the World Trade Organization's Trade Facilitation Agreement.
UNCTAD helps sharpen business skills in Angola
9 Aug 2018
First graduates of Empretec workshop herald efforts to build up small and medium-sized business sector in Angola's flatlining, oil-dependent economy.
Coffee, honey, timber: Angola eyes cleaner, greener economic growth
29 Jun 2018
Once one of Africa’s fastest growing economies, Angola hit the brakes when oil prices crashed in 2014. To get back on track, the government has its eyes on more sustainable exports.
Angola project begins work on 'greening' country's trade
14 Jun 2018
UNCTAD is holding a two-week workshop on identifying export sectors that could help diversify Angola's economy and make growth more environmentally sustainable.
Angola looks to services trade for more sustainable growth
9 May 2018
UNCTAD’s Multi-Year Expert Meeting on Trade, Services and Development welcomed representatives from Angola’s Ministry of Transport and diplomatic mission in Geneva from 7–8 May.