FNCP

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AcronymDefinition
FNCPFederación Nacional de Cofradías de Pescadores (Spanish: National Federation of Fishermen)
FNCPFédération Nationale des Clubs de Plage (French: National Federation of Beach Clubs)
FNCPCapanda (Angola airport code)
FNCPFédération Nationale des Chasses Professionnelles (French: National Federation of Professional Hunting)
FNCPFoundry Networks Certification Program
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Angola's major hydroelectric power plants include Cambambe, with a current capacity of 280 MW and which in the future is expected to generate 960 MW, and Capanda, with a current capacity of 520 MW.
The Complementary Agreement aimed to i) on its trade facet, guarantee the supply of food and other goods of basic needs, as well as raw materials, to Angola during its reconstruction period; (53) and ii) on its trade in service and investment facets, guarantee the supply of service and material to Capanda Hydropower Project, undertaken by Odebrecht, a Brazilian private company, among others.
In the Capanda Cacuso Agro-Industral Hub, Biocom is a partnership between the state, through the National Agency for Private Investment (ANIP), Sonangol Holding, Angolan group Darner and Brazil's Odebrecht.
Assim, em 1988 o Brasil alimentava tres linhas de credito com Angola: a de curto prazo, para financiamento de bens de consumo (180 dias), que variava de US$ 50 milhoes a US$ 90 milhoes; a de medio prazo, para os bens de capital (ate 5 anos) que variava de 60 a 120 milhoes de dolares; e a terceira, especifica para a construcao da hidreletrica Capanda pela Odebrecht S.A., que absorveu recursos superiores a US$ 1 bilhao.
For theatres in central and fashionable locations, rent increases spell disaster: three theatres under the direction of the chief economist for the City Theatres of Prague, Jaroslav Capanda, are now paying two and a half million crowns a year (about |pounds~61,000) -- two and a half times the amount they were paying before the revolution.
Odebrecht has been involved in Angola since 1984 when it won a contract to build the Capanda hydroelectric dam on the Kwanza river, 360 km from the capital.
Angola will spend $324m on the Malanje agro-industrial centre located by the Capanda hydroelectric scheme.