Cape Verde

One of Cape Verde's four offshore banks moves forward with liquidation request

The management of Banco Privado Internacional (BPI) advanced with a request for liquidation of the company, according to an extract from the Conservatório da Praia.

New Cape Verde Ombudsman wants to help streamline lawsuits 

The new ombudsman, José Carlos Delgado, referred that the Ombudsman has registered many complaints about the cases pending in the courts of Cape Verde, but again stressed that the law does not allow the ombudsman to meddle in the matter of cases.

TUI Group sells Cape Verde to British tourists again

The programs of the German tour operator, whose length of stay and hotels vary, 11 are destined for the island of Sal, which will start in early December, and three for the island of Boa Vista, with departures mainly from London and Manchester airports.

Cape Verde registers 26 more cases of infection and 61 recovered

The archipelago registered 26 more new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, increasing to 10.302 accumulated positives, and 61 recovered, increasing to 9.791 discharged patients.

Cape Verdean government asks for increase in debt limit in 2021

“During the year 2021, the deficit of the State Budget financed with internal resources can go up to the limit of 4,5% of GDP at market prices”, reads the draft law, which will allow the Government to increase emissions of public debt.

Student debt to the University of Cape Verde exceeds 1,1 million euros

Dean Judite Nascimento said that Uni-CV gave the prerogative to students to enroll and continue to study without worries, freezing those three months, in the expectation of being able to count on government support.
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