H.E. Thomas Boni Yayi is former President of the Republic of Benin and served as a key ambassador between Equatorial Guinea and the Arab world. The fo...
Equatorial Guinea has some of Africa’s best facilities, having invested heavily in roads, public buildings, social housing and transport infrastructure
Equatorial Guinea is climbing the ranks of Ease of Doing Business scores and stands out amongst Central African economies
The country has a proud history of hosting some of Africa’s biggest events, including the African Union Summit and the African Nations Cup
Equatorial Guinea is focused on meeting its development goals by opening its economy to non-petroleum investment opportunities
Equatorial Guinea is a leader amongst Sub-Saharan African in improving health indicators and overall wellness of its society
Enormous investment in gas-fired and hydroelectricity generation has resulted in nationwide availability
The country has a sterling reputation for honoring legal agreements and affording strong protections to minority investors
The Government of Equatorial Guinea is a willing and capable investment partner with a legacy in carrying out scores of major projects
Investors can establish a limited liability corporation, set up a branch and purchase total or partial shares
Exemptions from capital gains and property taxes and exemption from industrial and commercial profit tax for SME's
Equatorial Guinea expansion of ties with Arab countries comes at a key time in the country’s development, as the Government of Equatorial aims to at...
India is one of Equatorial Guinea’s biggest importers of crude oil, but much of these sales have been the work of middlemen selling spot cargoes. Th...
Trade between Equatorial Guinea and India has grown significantly in recent years. Bilateral trade increased from less than $5 million in 2006-07 to $...