This summary outlines everything you need to know or consider when thinking about doing business in Equatorial Guinea and dealing with tax issues.
The employer/employee relationship in Equatorial Guinea is currently the subject of numerous legal rules.
Equatorial Guinea has enough natural-gas reserves for a second liquefied gas production plant, according to a presidential adviser.
The world’s unquenchable thirst for energy is expected to strengthen Africa’s position as an international investment location. This in turn will boost the continent’s economy and benefit ordinary Africans.
Equatorial Guinea has picked U.S. engineering firm KBR Inc (KBR.N) to design a planned 20,000 barrel per day oil refinery, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) — Equatorial Guinea may decide to build a $2.2-billion liquefied natural gas plant in 2012, according to Gabriel Obiang Lima, a vice minister of mines, industry and energy. The unit would be the second in the African country, which has about 8.5 trillion cubic feet of natural-gas reserves. The investment estimate also…