4 December 2012

Angola: Country Intends to Increase Trade With Spain - Diplomat

Madrid — Angola intends to boost the commercial relations with Spain, said the ambassador to the Asian country, Victor Lima, Angop learned.

The official also said that there is a great expectation about the visit of the Spanish Foreign minister, José Manuel Garcia-Margalho, on December 11-12 this year. He will be accompanied by his colleague responsible for Foment, Ana Pastor.

Victor Lima recalled that the framework of co-operation with Spain is very ample and Angola wants to set with the European nation accords to spur its development in areas such as industry, power production, farming industry, civil engineering and others.

"The Angolan market is very diversified and with many business opportunities for the Spanish businesspeople," the diplomat said, adding that currently there are in the African country 50 Spanish firms, in areas such as agriculture, industry and technical development projects.

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