4 April 2014

Angola: Business Sector With Significative Progresses in Time of Peace

The construction and rehabilitation of roads nationwide are one of the main gains of peace, achieved on 4 April in 2002, a fact that has been facilitating the expansion of the business activity in all regions of the country freely and safely.

This was said to Angop on Thursday in the central Huambo province by the businesswoman Idalina Beatriz Guevela Chimuanga.

She added that the 12 years of peace brought a lot of benefits at business point of view, taking into account the construction of roads and growth of the banking system.

"With peace, the business people may normally benefit from the banking financing for the development of their activity and contribute to the national economic growth, fruit of the free movement of goods and people", she said.

Idalina Beatriz said that goods and services are placed in all municipalities of the country by entrepreneurs.

She also highlighted the attention that the Angolan government has been focusing on the business class, exemplifying the incentives and benefits enshrined in the current Law on Private Investment of 2011.

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