22 August 2014

Angola: Cuanza Sul Government Wants to Boost Economic Development

Sumbe — The government of the central Cuanza Sul Province intends, through promoting the attraction of private investment, to undertake the recovery and boosting of the local economy, based on strategic partnership, according to a statement from the provincial authorities.

The statement that ANGOP had access to this Friday states that the government efforts are also aimed at training staff with professional qualifications in accordance with the needs of the province, as well as increase employment rates and consequent improvement of social and economic life of the population.

The note adds that the provincial government is also working towards creating opportunities for attracting investors and the existing businesses through disclosure of the local potential so as to contribute to the recovery and revitalisation of the agro-industrial activity, Tourism and Trade sectors.

The implementation of business exchange and contacts between active actors in the sectors of agriculture, fisheries, financial institutions, insurance, crude-oil, construction, manufacturing industry, education, maritime transport and logistics are also part of the programme of Cuanza Sul government.


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