10 February 2013

Angola: Matala Municipality Administrator Invites Entrepreneurs to Invest in Hotels Sector

Matala — The administrator of Matala Municipality, Miguel Paiva Vicente, last Saturday here invited national and foreign entrepreneurs that operate in Huila Province to invest in the sector of hotels and tourism.

Speaking to ANGOP, the official said that the municipality only has lodges, lacking quality hotels, reason why local businesspeople should take advantage of Matala's economic potential, by building hotels.

Miguel Vicente said that the municipality has a big potential that must explored and this can bring benefits to the entrepreneurs themselves and the people, as well as contribute to the boosting of hotel industry.

The administrator reminded that after Lubango, Matala is the municipality with the highest amount of hotels and tourism infrastructures, reason why the entrepreneurs should direct their actions to this locality of the province.

"We've received several tourists who come here from Lubango, Luanda and even Namibia, through the border with Cunene, therefore, there is a need for us to have quality hotels that attract investment", he emphasized.

According to him, the municipal administration of Matala is open to entrepreneurs interested in investing in hotels and tourism.

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