3 April 2014

Angola: Manufacturing Industry May Avoid Exportation of Job Opportunities

The State secretary of Industry, Kiala Gabriel, considered as urgent the creation of conditions for raw materials to be manufactured in Angola.

Manufacturing a trunk of timber for furniture, the process includes labour, thus why not creating conditions for activities to be executed in the country. With this actions we should be generating jobs and reduce the levels of importation", said the official by making the assessment of the state of industry sector in the country, on the occasion of 4 April, Peace Day.

The Cabinet official said that the priority of the sector is focused on the creation of more manufacturing industry of raw materials aimed to avoid the exportation of Job opportunities."

Kiala Gabriel foresee 2018 as the starting point for self- sufficiency production in Angola.

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