Angola: New company law - keeping pace with the economy
Business legislation in Angola has long been in desperate need of an overhaul in light of the country's economic changes. The new Company Law is set to provide a modernised legal framework and a more stable business environment for the country. Rui Amendoeira reports
Having been in force for more than a century, the scattered and old-fashioned legislation governing company law in Angola had long been showing clear signs of inefficiency in view of the challenges of the new millennium and the era of economic growth brought about by peace.
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