Angola: Aenergy hits back after contract termination


Issue 404 - 21 Nov 2019 | 3 minute read
Angola-registered Aenergy, owned by Portuguese businessman Ricardo Leitão Machado, is appealing against what it describes as the “unilateral and unjustified termination” of 13 contracts. In a strongly worded statement published on 8 November, the company said it had requested on 23 September that the attorney general investigate the decision and filed an administrative appeal on 7 October.

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