The Angolan market is recording a substantial growth and is very competitive, which enables the supply of diversified goods to consumers.
This was said Friday in Luanda by the Director General of a Luanda renowned store, Renata Carvalho.
The official was spekaing to the press during the ceremony of presentation of a new model of TV sets.
Renata Carvalho said that as a result of the competition, her shop pulls in about three billion Kwanzas every years, which represents a growth of about 15 percent.
With 143 workers, 121 of which locals, the store's management is considering to expand its services next year, with the opening of two more shops in Luanda and its Viana municipality.
On the occasion, the director of Eletromax, Fernando Reis, while making the presentation of the new TV, said the set is a revolution on the market, as it is curved, with internet connection and contents normally available in computers.