Five months after the election of João Lourenço as President of the Republic of Angola, we have witnessed a series of measures aimed at resuscitating the Angolan economy as well as making the international image of Angola a country worthy of foreign investment.
As part of the public investment program carried out by the Government of the Republic of Angola, a Financing Framework Agreement amounting to 500 million US dollars was approved by Presidential Order.
Since the elections that took place in Angola last August, the international community has witnessed a change of style in the management of the Angolan Res Publica and a relentless government reform.
It is believed Angola is investing more and in a better way in the mining sector. The investment is not only in the diamond industry, the second largest product exported by Angola, but also in the gold market.
At the end of September, the third elected President of Angola since the declaration of independence in 1975, was inaugurated.
The Reserve General João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço is an experienced politician and one of those responsible for the democratic process that has taken place over the latest years in Angola.