18 April 2014

Angolan Industrial Sector Can Be Reference in Africa

Luanda — The regional director of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Mohamed Eisa, said on Thursday in Luanda that the industry sector of Angola can be reference in Africa, especially in the Southern region of the continent.

Speaking to the press at the audience granted by the Angolan Industry Minister, UNIDO official underlined the economic growth of the country and considered it fundamental to achieve a merit position within the sector in Africa.

"Angola is recording an important economic growth. The policies are very clear, as well as the business environment. We hope that this also favours more the development of the industrial sector", he said.

Mohamed Eisa said the meeting served to approach the issues related to the industrialization of Angola, since there are goals.

He added that it was also discussed issues related to the United Nations and its points of view to sustainable development of the organization.

During his stay in Angola, Mohamed Eisa has also scheduled meetings with other national agencies in order to have a broader view of the sector.

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