17 January 2013

Angola: Commerce Ministry to Introduce New Model of Commercial Licences

Luanda — The Commerce Ministry is preparing itself to launch in 2013 a new model of commercial licences through the Internet, informed Wednesday in Luanda the incumbent minister, Rosa Pacavira.

According to the government official, who spoke in the end of a swearing-in ceremony of new staff of the Commerce Ministry, the new system will enable to put an end to the problems in acquiring licences.

She said that with the new system, still being prepared, the entrepreneurs will find information at the site.

As regards rural trade, Rosa Pacavira recognized that there has been great agricultural production, "which has been helping producers to make agreements with supermarkets.

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