Angola

Angola

In Angola, for example, the British government has failed to criticise the lack of transparency and accountability of – and the human rights abuses perpetrated by – the regime of President Dos Santos because of the major oil interest of BP (formerly British Petroleum).

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Angola

Financial relations between China and Angola grew in late 2003, when a framework agreement for new economic and commercial co-operation was formally signed by the Angolan Ministry of Finance and the Chinese Ministry of Trade. Chinese financial assistance to Angola is reserved for key public investment projects in infrastructure, telecommunications, and agro-businesses under the Angolan government’s national reconstruction programme. The China Construction Bank (CCB) and the Export-Import Bank of China (EximBank) provided the first funding for infrastructure de.velopment in 2002.
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Angola

Angolan law gives the state a monopoly of all mining activities, including exploration and exploitation of all mineral resources. Companies are expected to obtain a license to mine. To obtain one, they accept obligations which include: integrating Angolan labour as far as possible and offering workers professional training; giving preference to Angolan companies as subcontractors and compensating for any damage or loss to third parties as a result of any operations; ensuring the protection of workers and the environment.
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