The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with Luis de Castro, representative of the ‘Africa-America Business Alliance’ (ABAL), for which he has been proposed as one of the five member Ambassadors of the Executive Committee.
Due to its forged experience in the European business field, Nvono-Ncá is positioned as an ideal candidate to guide the strategy of this recently launched business organization, which is why it will play a more special role within the executive committee of ‘Africa-America Business Alliance’. With this, Equatorial Guinea will gain visibility and credibility in an important context such as the European business environment. Precisely in Brussels, the European capital and city where ABAL will have its headquarters, will be deployed, in the coming years, major investment initiatives aimed at the African market.
In addition, throughout the meeting, Castro informed Ambassador Nvono-Ncá that the official presentation of the ‘Africa-America Business Alliance’ will take place in the last quarter of 2021, in light of an important event in Brussels.
The ‘Africa-America Business Alliance’ is an interesting project that aims to become a connecting hub between the European, Latin American and African business sectors. Both Africa and Latin America position themselves as the two great continents of the future. Rich territories full of possibility and with an exceptional human capital.