Wed, 24 Jan 2018 19:13 - Updated Wed, 24 Jan 2018 19:13
Agriculture wants solutions for agribusiness
Lubango - The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry will hold a meeting with entrepreneurs in the sector under the motto "Pact and Strategic Alignment with the business sector of the agro-business to enable the agricultural and livestock production and forestry, promoting sustainable development."
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Farming sector wants to actively participate in replacement of imports.
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According to a communiqué from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry to which Angop had access in Lubango, this meeting follows the orientation of the President of the Republic, João Loureço, during the meeting on May 05 with the business sector.
The purpose of the meeting is to meet with businessmen from the respective sectors of activity to draw up strategies aimed at increasing production, diversifying exports and replacing imports.
The meeting will present, among other topics, the Vision on the Development of the Agrarian Sector, the Actions of the Agrarian Sector in the National Development Plan (2018-2022) and the PRODESI Support Program for Production, Diversification of Exports and Substitution of Imports).
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