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São Tomé and Príncipe
Briefings and training
12 July 2021
Mobile Broadband and E-Commerce Speeding Up in Africa
Mobile broadband and e-commerce are set to grow in usage in Africa, in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest Ericsson Mobility Report.
29 June 2021
Cabo Verde Receives Communication and Transport Equipment From China
China delivered to the Cabo Verde Armed Forces state-of-the-art communication equipment and means of transport.
27 June 2021
UN’s Green Cities Action Programme for Africa to Include Cabo Verde and Mozambique
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations' (FAO) Green Cities Action Programme for Africa is to include cities in Cabo Verde and Mozambique.
22 June 2021
Cabo Verde Advances in Unemployment Reduction
Cabo Verde has made progress in unemployment reduction, as well as in water and sanitation, the new Afrobarometer Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Scorecard for Cabo Verde shows.
14 June 2021
Cabo Verde Wants 250K doses of Covid-19 Vaccine from China
Cabo Verde wants 250 thousand more doses of Covid-19 vaccine from China, the Government has said.
09 June 2021
‘Strong’ Chinese Demand Lifts Agricultural Commodity Prices
Agricultural commodity prices are rapidly increasing, driven by strong Chinese demand, benefiting African and South American producers of palm oil, coffee, maize and rice.
08 June 2021
Legal Update/ Cabo Verde: Energy Services Companies Regime
Decree-Law No. 46/2021 of 28 May, establishes the regime of Energy Services Companies (ESC), which will come into force on 26 August 2021.
04 June 2021
Cabo Verde With More FDI From Portugal and Less From China
Cabo Verde had more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from Portugal in 2020 and less from China, according to data from the African country´s central bank.
13 May 2021
Sub-Saharan Africa Recovery Slowed by Weak State of Public Finances
The recovery of sub-Saharan African sovereigns from the pandemic shock last year is underway, but it is slowed by the weak state of public finances, Fitch Ratings says.
04 May 2021
Sino-African Relations to Recover and ‘Remain Strong’
Sino-African relations will recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and 'remain strong' in the years ahead, with new areas of co-operation, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).