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Thu, 24 Mar 2016 18:52 - Updated Thu, 24 Mar 2016 18:58

Angola exports over 3,000 tons of crustaceans a year

Luanda - Angola exports more than 3,000 tons of shrimps to the European market every year, mainly to Spain.

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Minister of Fisheries , Victória de Barros Neto

Photo: Francisco Miudo

The information was released by the minister of Fisheries, Victória de Barros Neto, at the end of the 6th joint session of the Economy and Real Economy Commissions of the Cabinet Council.

The minister on the occasion said the country’s exports of seafood tend to improve soon, through the diversification of the market, to reduce the dependence on one single buyer.

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