24 June 2012

Angola Signs MoU With Portugal and Mozambique

Luanda — The director of the National Statistics Institute (INE) of Angola, Camilo Ceita, signed on Saturday, in Luanda, a memorandum of understanding with the directors of institutes of Portugal and Mozambique, which aims to technical cooperation among these countries.

According to the official, speaking to Angop at the closing ceremony of the Fifth Conference of Statistics of the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CPLP) and the meeting of chairpersons and directors general of statistics of the community, the memorandum will

facilitate the planning of sending technicians to Mozambique, Portugal and vice versa.

According to him, it will also facilitate the development and production of external trade statistics and national accounts, as well as to show that there are good relations between peoples.

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