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17 January, 2019 Sin categoría 0
Aimed to portray investment opportunities in Equatorial Guinea, the Ministry of Information, Press and Radio has collaborated on this documentary to explain how the development plan Horizon 2020 has developed the country’s infrastructure to make it become the gateway of goods to Africa.

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Under the title “Equatorial Guinea: the Gateway to Africa”, this is Global Television’s third documentary about the development of the country. The program is currently being aired on TVGE and TVGE Internacional and it will be broadcasted for 6 months on different schedules.

The main players in both the public and private sectors narrate their experience in the country in order to show Equatorial Guinea’s recent economic and social growth and the development achieved thanks to the plan Horizon 2020.

The companies that have participated in the documentary are China Road and Bridge Corporation, Sogeco Ecocsa, Martinez Hermanos, Sofitel, Imagesa and TMGE, all of which highlight the strategic position of Equatorial Guinea, and point out the way in which the infrastructure has been developed to receive and distribute goods to the entire African continent.

Moreover, the representatives of these companies emphasize the training the citizens of Equatorial Guinea have received during the last years to become an essential resource for the companies established in the country.

The Minister of Mines, Industry and Energy, Gabriel Obiang Lima Mbega, and the Minister of Commerce and Business Development, Alfredo Mitogo Mitogo Ada, have also collaborated on the documentary produced by Global Television to reveal the existing investment opportunities in Equatorial Guinea.

This is the Spanish version of the documentary that has also been broadcasted in English on Channel News Asia, where more than 50 million people over 26 Asian countries have been able to watch it.

You can watch the documentary at the following link: