Equatorial Guinea’s political stability and significant economic opportunities are attracting growing interest from foreign businesses, especially in extracting oil deposits. This provides a favourable medium-term outlook, particularly in natural-gas extraction projects. The main challenge the country faces is using these substantial revenue inflows efficiently to diversify the economy.
If you or your company are interested in investing or doing business in Equatorial Guinea, please contact the Embassy in London for practical advice and information on registering a company and obtaining the correct documentation. Business visas require a letter from the relevant company stating the nature and duration of the visit and a criminal record certificate. More information on visas can be found here.
To read more on doing business in Equatorial Guinea, please see the Equatorial Guinea Investment Guide 2015.