oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - A factual and legal survey of Angola's role as trading partner in Southern Africa
|Article Title||A factual and legal survey of Angola's role as trading partner in Southern Africa|
|© Publisher:||Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law|
|Journal||Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa|
|Author||W. A. Germishuizen|
|Publication Date||Jul 1968|
|Pages||271 - 289|
|Keyword(s)||Angola, Commercial relations, Demographics, Exports, GATT, Imports, Portugal, South Africa, Trade and Trade agreements|
In recent years Portugal has embarked on a programme aimed at strengthening her economic ties with the countries and territories neighbouring Angola and Moc;:ambique. According to press statements released from time to time by the Portuguese Minister for Foreign Affairs in Lisbon, protracted negotiations between Portugal and South Africa led to the conclusion of several treaties during 1964. Matters covered by these treaties include the sharing of the waters of the Cunene river between Angola and South West Africa and the sharing of hydro-electric power between the two territories; general questions of commercial exchange, economic planning and investment; civil aviation and the development of the airports; and the use by South Africa of the rail and port facilities in Mozambique.
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