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Coronavirus: Financing Moratoriums
PLMJ, October 2020

To combat the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government approved Decree-Law 10-J/2020 of March 26 (the “Decree-Law”). The Decree-Law established a set of economic measures to protect liquidity and treasury, and in this document, we focus on the financing moratorium. Since it was first published, the Decree-Law has been amended by Law 8/2020 of April 10, Decree-Law 26/2020 of June 16, Law 27- A/2020 of July 24 and Decree-Law 78-A/2020 of September 29, so we will now summarise the moratorium rules currently in force. 1...

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New Measures to Prevent and Combat Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
PLMJ, September 2020

Law 58/2020 came into force on 1 September 2020 and it implements into Portuguese law: Directive (EU) 2018/843 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2018 amending Directive (EU) 2015/849 on the prevention of the use of the financial system for money laundering or terrorist financing, commonly known as the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive; and Directive (EU) 2018/1673 of the European Parliament and the Council of 23 October 2018 on combating money laundering by criminal law. This law introduces substantial changes to the rules previously in force...

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Angola Coronavirus: Update of Public Calamity Situation Measures
PLMJ, September 2020

Presidential Decree no. 229/20 of 8 September 2020 has been published and its aim is to reassess the measures imposed by Presidential Decree no. 142/20, considering the evolution of the epidemiological situation. The new decree renews most of the measures already in force, although it also eases some restrictions. The following are now allowed: the entry info and exit from Angola for the purpose of return to Angola of national citizens or foreign non-residents, the entry into Angola of professionals who provide services in the country, either to public or private entities, the entry of citizens with work visas and the return of foreign citizens to their country of origin...

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Coronavirus Digest No. 4: Patents and Other Intellectual Property Rights
PLMJ, September 2020

Coronavirus Digest no. 4 Patents and other intellectual property rights 1. Patents Moderna reveals that it may not hold the patent rights for the vaccine against Covid-19, because it was not the first to file the patents. This came after the US National Institute of Health claimed co-ownership of the rights to this vaccine. Read more here...

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Angola : New Rules for Current Invisible Operations
PLMJ, August 2020

Note on Circular Letter No. 002/DCC/2020 With the approval of Notice No. 2/2020, of January 2020 (“Notice 2/2020”), the National Bank of Angola (“BNA”) introduced greater flexibility in the foreign exchange sector, as it eliminated prior licensing and delegated the validation of the operations to the commercial banks. With the publication of the Circular Letter No. 002/DCC/2020, of 18 August 2020 (“Circular”), the BNA increases the level of compliance again by introducing new requirements for the validation and execution of contracts of current invisible operations (“CIs”)...

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