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Wed, 17 Feb 2016 11:16 - Updated Wed, 17 Feb 2016 11:16

Cunene: Commerce minister assesses infrastructures in Namacunde

Ondjiva - The Commerce minister Rosa Pacavira is on a working visit to Namacunde municipality, some 45 kilometres of the southern Cunene province capital, Ondjiva.

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Commerce minister Rosa Pacavira

Photo: Joaquina Bento/Arquivo

While in the region, Rosa Pacavira expects to assess the infrastructure of the sector and the programme to combat poverty.

The official who is since Tuesday in Cunene is to visit the customs post of Santa Clara, the logistics platform and other commerce infrastructure.

The minister's working programme includes meetings with  members of the board of the General Tax Administration, the Regional Department of Commerce and other services.

Rosa Pacavira is expected back in Luanda late on Wednesday after meeting with members of the Hearing and Social Dialogue Council board.

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