11 December 2012

Angola: Trade Minister Wants Restructuring of Sector

Sumbe — The Minister of Trade, Rosa Pacavira, defended on Monday in Wako Kungo locality, coastal Kwanza Sul province, the execution of projects aimed at restructuring the sector.

Rosa Pacavira said so to the press at the end of her two-day visit paid to the province.

She appealed for the need of concluding the construction works of proximity shops in the districts of Porto Amboim and Cela, aiming for the citizens' well-being.

According to her, Kwanza Sul province has great potentialities in the domain of agricultural production, reason why it should be paid more attention to trade sector so that the farmers may transport their products to the consumption markets.

Realçou que o ministério vai trabalhar com os governos provinciais no sentido de se criarem pequenas naves de recolha, processamento e embalagem dos produtos de forma a facilitar que as grandes empresas adquiram os produtos em condições comerciais.

During her visit in the districts of Sumbe, Porto Amboim, Amboim and Cela, the minister visited the municipal markets, construction works of proximity shops, One-stop Shop for Entrepreneur (BUE), Nosso Super and Maxi shops, cool warehouse, gravidade and Boaventurança farms and the provincial trade department.

The minister was accompanied by other officials of the Ministry of Trade and provincial government.

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