1 August 2014

Angola: Committee for Productivity and Competitiveness Launched

Luanda — The Committee for Productivity and Competitiveness of Angolan Economy (CPCE) was launched Thursday, in Luanda, during the first annual debate on the competitiveness in Angola, promoted by the Institute of Business Development (IFE).

In a statement to the press, the director of IFE, Óscar Rodrigues, said that CPCE aims at contributing positively to the improvement of the living quality of the population through the increase of competitiveness and productivity of the country.

The mission of CPCE, as mentioned, involves informing the governments, businesses, labour organisations, students and the general population, the importance, magnitude and implications of the factors identified in relation to national competitiveness and productivity, as well as suggesting measures, policies that allow economic growth and improved quality of life for all.


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