ANGOLA PORTUGAL

Lisbon tightens cooperation with Luanda on anti-corruption drive

Angola's foreign minister Tete António and his Portuguese counterpart Augusto Santos Silva.
Angola's foreign minister Tete António and his Portuguese counterpart Augusto Santos Silva. © Manuel de Almeida/EFE/Newscom/MaxPPP
Signed in the spring of 2020, the historic accord between Portugal and Angola to protect bilateral investments is already the subject of a major amendment - officially on account of the coming into force of the African free-trade zone, but prompted too by a desire to introduce more stringent anti-corruption measures. [...] (533 words)
Issue dated 24/12/2021 Reading time 3 minutes
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