As you are reading this article, the spring of 2016 saw the Angolan government engaging the International Monetary Fund in talks for an extension of a loan program that will span three years. This loan will be financed through IMF’s Extended Fund Facility Program, and will possibly cumulate to an annual of $1.5 billion, bringing this to $4.5 billion for the requested three years.
With changing times, the markets are becoming integrated owing to globalization. The investors are being offered social and financial returns. Angel investing has become a rage all thanks to the television shows. The changes in the market have created waves in African countries. The seventh investment was closed in Ethiopia in December 2015 making it one of the most active investment countries in Africa. Other country that is showing a high potential and getting attention from investors is Angola.