Posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – May 23rd, 2012
The First Lady, Constancia Mangue, spent Tuesday meeting with the various Spanish businessmen interested in investing in Equatorial Guinea and meeting with personalities of the country.
Among these entrepreneurs were the representatives of the AGEM group, a company mainly dedicated to selling and promoting materials and equipment for the chemical, pharmaceutical and hospital industries. Constancia Mangue de Obiang explained the details of the needs in Equatorial Guinea, in the aspects concerning the health of the population and the need to organize courses to train healthcare personnel, both within the country and in Spain, among others.
Constancia Mangue also met with one of the heads of the company Mango, which has demonstrated its desire to settle in the country because the firm has many followers in Equatorial Guinea. In conversations with the press, its representative, in addition to reporting to the First Lady that the firm has over 107 stores worldwide, also transmitted a desire to open stores in large cities, such as Malabo and Bata, after performing the appropriate market research.