23 September 2012

Angola: Commercial Train Circulation Considered As Added Value

Menongue — Entrepreneur Domingas Junqueira Cassanga this Sunday considered, in the city of Menongue, that the circulation of the commercial train between the provinces of Namibe/Huíla/Kuando Kubango and vice-versa is an added value for the development of the three neighbouring regions.

The businesswoman, who resides in the south-eastern province of Kuando Kubango and owner of a construction and real estate firm, said so to ANGOP in light of the circulation of the first commercial train that stopped over in the city of Menongue coming from the province of Namibe with about 80 passengers.

Domingas Cassanga asserted that with the circulation of the ommercial train, in the future, she will opt to import her goods from China, Dubai and from other countries straight to the port of Namibe, something that would shorten the distance and costs.

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