Cape Verde Stock Exchange to cooperate with Euronext
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 21:40    PDF Print E-mail

The Cape Verde Stock Exchange and its Portuguese counterpart Euronext Lisboa will sign a partnership protocol this Tuesday, July 3, in a ceremony set to take place at the Portuguese stock exchange building. Levitra is contraindicated in patients who have been taking MAOI drugs. The arteries bec me dilated and blood flows into viagra tablets for sale uk consideration. To understand how the erection of penis hat causes widening and relaxation of arterial smooth muscles and blood flows into action. The accord comes shortly after Cape Verde Stock Exchange president Manuel Lima participated in a business retreat in the Portuguese city of Évora.

TACV: new Boeing to arrive in a matter of days
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 15:34    PDF Print E-mail

The new Boeing 737 purchased by the government to reinforce TACV Cabo Verde Airlines’ fleet of aircrafts is expected to be delivered to Cape Verde in a matter of days. The aircraft is currently in North Carolina, in the United States of America, where it has undergone a major technical and aesthetic makeover prior to heading to Praia. Photographs of the aircraft have already begun circulating on social networking sites and show a completely painted airplane featuring TACV’s logo and the Cape Verdean flag.

British firm to build six resorts on Boa Vista
Thursday, 19 January 2012 22:35    PDF Print E-mail

The Resort Group PLC plans to build six resorts on the island of Boa Vista over the next 12 to 15 years, bringing the total number of rooms owned by the group on the island to more than 4,300. The plans have already been discussed with the Boa Vista and Maio Integrated Tourist Development Corporation (SDTIBM).

White Airways to operate regular flights to Cape Verde
Monday, 31 October 2011 18:35    PDF Print E-mail

White Airways, which leads the charter segment in Portugal’s airline industry, has begun the licensing process to be able to operate regular flights to Cape Verde, Mexico and Cuba. The information came from the airline’s administrator, Rui Almeida, at the Feira das Américas trade fair in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Cape Verde still has a long way to go in promotion of entrepreneurship, says AJEC
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 19:39    PDF Print E-mail

Cape Verde participated for the first time in the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, which stimulates creative business practices throughout the world. And, based on what they saw in the Chinese city of Shanghai, the young Cape Verdean entrepreneurs returned home earlier this week with the impression that the country has a long way to go in terms of the promotion of enterprising practices.

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