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Chinese people in Angola

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Chinese people in Angola

Chinese people in Angola
Total population
258,920 (director of the Angolan Office of Migration and Foreigners, 2012)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Related ethnic groups
Overseas Chinese

Chinese people in Angola are a recent group of residents, having arrived in Angola in the past few decades.

Thousands of Chinese construction workers, engineers, planners, and support staff that includes doctors and cooks reside in Angola, making the construction sector a large magnet for Chinese.[2] According to an April 2012 statement by Freitas Neto of Angola's Office of Migration and Foreigners, 258,920 Chinese reside in Angola, the vast majority (258,391) on work visas.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Angola: Cerca de 259.000 chineses vivem atualmente no país", Visão, 2012-04-25, retrieved 2013-01-13 
  2. ^ Ash, Lucy (4 December 2007). "Chinese reaching out to Angola". BBC News. 
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