Cape Verde, an archipelago located off the northwest coast of Africa, has been steadily growing as an economic hub in the region.
Its history of trade and maritime activities has been pivotal in forming its modern economic structure.
The Cape Verde Stock Exchange (CVSE) establishment in May 1998 marked a significant milestone in the nation's efforts to integrate into the global economy and attract foreign investments.
This move was seen as part of Cape Verde's broader vision of economic diversification and modernization.
The CVSE chairman, Miguel Monteiro, recently forecasted adding two more companies to the exchange this year . . .