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    1. The Angola Sickle Cell Initiative, a public-private partnership of the Angola Ministry of Health, the Baylor College of Medicine International Pediatric AIDS Initiative , Texas Children’s Hospital and Chevron, is teaming up with the global biopharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb to provide children with sickle cell disease in Angola with an effective medication to which many patients in ...

    2. Angola lines up $1 billion of new loans

      Market WatchJun 23 08:28 AM

      LONDON--Angola is tapping international lenders for roughly $1 billion of new loans, including one for food and medicine, as Africa's biggest oil producer tries to cope with the fall in global crude oil prices.

    3. Angola Lines Up $1 Billion of New Loans

      The Wall Street JournalJun 23 08:30 PM

      Angola, Africa’s biggest oil producer, is lining up around $1 billion of new loans from international lenders, as it tries to cope with the oil price slump.

    4. Angola’s state-run oil giant Sonangol has announced a gas discovery in the offshore Kwanza basin, a discovery estimated to hold 813 million barrels of oil equivalent

    5. In Angola, the worst outbreak of yellow fever in three decades may result in a vaccine shortage. If this happens, fractional dosing -- giving one-fifth the standard amount of vaccine -- could be used to control an outbreak of the viral hemorrhagic disease, according to a group of experts convened by the World Health Organization.

    6. Angola: No revenue from state oil company since January

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 22 09:03 AM

      JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Angola's president says the state oil company has not been able to pay revenues into the country's budget since January and that low oil prices have caused a lack of foreign currency and made managing affairs "extremely complicated."

    7. Angola's president says the state oil company has not been able to pay revenues into the country's budget since January and that low oil prices have caused a lack of foreign currency and made managing affairs

    8. From war to wildlife: fighting for Angola's future

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsJun 09 09:44 PM

      At dusk in southern Angola, former civil war soldier Elias Kawina leads a drill parade for 30 rangers who fight armed poachers in the country's vast, little-explored interior. Now he battles illegal hunting that threatens the fragile recovery of Angola's wildlife, which was decimated during the war but is today seen a potential tourism draw. Angola's government has vowed to revive wild animal ...

    9. By Herculano Coroado LUANDA (Reuters) - Angola is running short of foreign reserves to pay for imports because its national oil firm has not contributed to state coffers since January, President Jose Eduardo dos Santos said. Remittances from Sonangol, which is now run by the president's daughter Isabel, represented 60 percent of total government revenues, but the firm halted payments after the ...

    10. Angola's sovereign fund steps up local private equity push

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 10 04:02 AM

      By Ed Cropley LUANDA (Reuters) - Angola's $5 billion sovereign wealth fund is stepping up private equity investments at home and in sub-Saharan Africa as low commodity prices and currencies give it a cheap way in to hotel, farming and infrastructure projects, its chairman said. Jose Filomeno dos Santos, the 38-year-old London-educated son of President Jose Eduardo dos Santos, said the fund had ...

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