Cape Verde Investment Forum runs from 1 to 3 July on the island of Sal and will feature rewards from Spain, Saudi Arabia, China, France and Ivory Coast, among other countries.
The Cape Verdean Government holds the “Concept Note – Cape Verde Investment Forum” international conference on the island of Sal from 1 to 3 July, with the aim of attracting investment and financing from the private sector.
The decision was taken Thursday during the meeting of the Council of Ministers and presented Friday at a press conference by the Secretary of State for Finance, Gilberto Barros, taking the ruler ensuring that the forum is already being prepared.
“The central axis of this governance is the private sector as the engine of economic growth and development of the country,” he said, ensuring that the event will focus on the strategic axes of Cape Verde, namely the tourism sector, maritime platform, development.
According to Gilberto Barros, the presence of several countries, including Spain, Saudi Arabia, China, France and Côte d’Ivoire has already been confirmed. He stressed that Cape Verde has a “very high” reputation and credibility at present. and that the Government has received high-level investors.
He was optimistic that the forum would be held, bearing in mind that the Paris International Conference, he said, “was very successful.”
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