1 August 2014

Angola: Some Eight Industrial Units Licensed in Six Months in Huíla

Lubango — The provincial department of Huíla for Industry, Geology and Mining licensed in the last six months eight light and heavy industrial units, more two if compared to the same previous period in 2013.

This was said to Angop on Thursday by the director of the department for Industry, Geology and Mining, Paula Baptista Joaquim.

Paula Joaquim underlined that it was licensed industrial units for the production of sweets, "Sociborda" plant, milling industry, joinery, bakery and motorbikes assembling unit.

About 62 industrial units, both light and heavy units, are licensed in Huíla province.


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