Portuguese-speaking countries connect: Submarine cable could link Brazil to Angola

The company's press office denied the information which, on the other hand, was confirmed by Ceará state's Economic Development Secretary Maia Júnior to the newspaper.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Diário do Nordeste newspaper reported last Tuesday, February 16th, that Angola Cables is studying the installation of a new submarine cable linking Luanda, the Angolan capital, to Fortaleza, as well as connecting the capital of Ceará to Miami, in the United States.

The company's press office denied the information which, on the other hand, was confirmed by Ceará's Economic Development Secretary Maia Júnior to the newspaper.

"Angola Cables, a multinational connectivity solutions provider in Ceará, confirms that, in its most recent visit to Brazil, company representatives met with the Secretary of Economic . . .

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