18 July 2014

Angola: Govt to Build Three Micro Industries This Year

Namibe — Three new micro industries will be built later this year in Namibe province by the Ministry of Commerce, as part of its policy of economic infrastructures expansion throughout the country.

These are the tomato processing, storage of milk and milling industries, which will be built in the farming location of Giraul Low, 14 kilometers off the headquarters of the province of Namibe.

Speaking to ANGOP, Friday, the provincial director of the Trade, Hospitality and Tourism, Amelia Camunheira, who did not release the cost of the units, said the micro industries will bring benefits to local farmers, especially in the use of surplus products.

Under the Development Program of the Province of Namibe, the government plans to install field shops in the towns of Namibe, Kamucuio, Bibala, Virei and Tombwa.

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