Good business environment leverages economic growth

Luanda – Good management of available resources and a good business environment can leverage Angola’s economic growth, a country that in the past few years has undergone successive recessions.

This vision was presented last Thursday, in Luanda, by the Angolan economists Carlos Rosado de Carvalho, Precioso Domingos, António Estote and Rui Malaquias, during a roundtable on “The State of the Angolan Economy and the repercussion on other sectors”, organised by the association Oficina do Conhecimento (Workshop of Knowledge).

To the referred economists, the country’s present framework – marked by low internal production, high levels of unemployment, inflation, low crude oil price and devaluation of the currency (Kwanza, AKZ) – demands commitment and good managerial practices.

According to the experts, the economic stabilisation measures being implemented in Angola must be properly supervised, with a view to bringing about in the country major security and economic growth.

During the roundtable, the economist Carlos Rosado de Carvalho underscored that there is a need to stabilise the Angolan economy, which demands the reinforcement of the managerial skills and the supervision activities.

To them, such good practices includes rationalisation of resources, coupled with a serious investment in high quality staff training, whose skills would be used to promote the intended good management practices and help herald a good business environment in this southern African country.

This vision was presented last Thursday, in Luanda, by the Angolan economists Carlos Rosado de Carvalho, Precioso Domingos, António Estote and Rui Malaquias, during a roundtable on “The State of the Angolan Economy and the repercussion on other sectors”, organised by the association Oficina do Conhecimento (Workshop of Knowledge).

To the referred economists, the country’s present framework – marked by low internal production, high levels of unemployment, inflation, low crude oil price and devaluation of the currency (Kwanza, AKZ) – demands commitment and good managerial practices.

According to the experts, the economic stabilisation measures being implemented in Angola must be properly supervised, with a view to bringing about in the country major security and economic growth.

During the roundtable, the economist Carlos Rosado de Carvalho underscored that there is a need to stabilise the Angolan economy, which demands the reinforcement of the managerial skills and the supervision activities.

To them, such good practices includes rationalisation of resources, coupled with a serious investment in high quality staff training, whose skills would be used to promote the intended good management practices and help herald a good business environment in this southern African country.

This vision was presented last Thursday, in Luanda, by the Angolan economists Carlos Rosado de Carvalho, Precioso Domingos, António Estote and Rui Malaquias, during a roundtable on “The State of the Angolan Economy and the repercussion on other sectors”, organised by the association Oficina do Conhecimento (Workshop of Knowledge).

To the referred economists, the country’s present framework – marked by low internal production, high levels of unemployment, inflation, low crude oil price and devaluation of the currency (Kwanza, AKZ) – demands commitment and good managerial practices.

According to the experts, the economic stabilisation measures being implemented in Angola must be properly supervised, with a view to bringing about in the country major security and economic growth.

During the roundtable, the economist Carlos Rosado de Carvalho underscored that there is a need to stabilise the Angolan economy, which demands the reinforcement of the managerial skills and the supervision activities.

To them, such good practices includes rationalisation of resources, coupled with a serious investment in high quality staff training, whose skills would be used to promote the intended good management practices and help herald a good business environment in this southern African country.

Source: Angola Press News Agency