Tue, 15 Mar 2016 17:26 - Updated Tue, 15 Mar 2016 17:25
Exporters, Brazilian group sign USD 4 million deal
Luanda - A memorandum of Understanding estimated at USD 4 million was signed Tuesday between the Community of Exporting Companies and Internationalized of Angola (Ceeia) and the Brazilian group Costa Business, to provide technical support to the management and financing farming.
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Assinatura do Memorando de entendimento entre CEEIA e Grupo Costa Negócios
Photo: Rosário dos Santos
The agreement focused on the exchange of information for the development of the business network in both countries.
This agreement aims to exchange experiences in the business sector and cooperation in teaching / learning in the areas of internationalization and export of goods and various products.
According to Ceeia CEO, Agostinho Kapaia, said that the signing of memorandum falls within the targeted programs to increase the production and promotion of export products selected by the Angolan Government, to accelerate the diversification of the national economy.
Agostinho Kapaia said he believes that the agreement will allow foster agricultural activity in the country and market the final product both domestically and internationally.
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