Arbitration in Angola

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Data: 08/03/2018

With one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, Angola is positioned to become an active member of the global economic community. With its privileged geographic location on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, its abundant natural and human resources and its economic development policies centred on private investment, Angola is perfectly placed to provide interested investors with financial incentives that increase potential for return on capital.
Angola has been undertaking, in the past few years, deep legal reforms aiming at modernising its legal system in order to foster investment projects in the country. Given the process of political and economic opening-up of Angola, it is becoming necessary to confer more security, certainty and juridical predictability in regard to the resolution of eventual conflicts arising from internal and external relations.


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