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Mon, 29 Jan 2018 18:57 - Updated Mon, 29 Jan 2018 18:56

Fisheries export improves processing system

Benguela - The fishing companies must bet on improving the system for processing fishery products, in this period in which the country focuses on exports, in order to meet the requirements of certain markets such as Europe and North America.

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Victória de Barros Neto - Minister of Fisheries and Sea

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The Minister Victoria de Barros Neto made this call on Monday in the municipality of Baía Farta, during the presentation ceremony of the Program to Support Production, Diversification of Exports and Substitution of Imports – PRODESI to business group.

The Cabinet minister pointed out that the fisheries and the sea sector has resources that, duly exploited and processed, can contribute to the increase of Angolan exports and the consequent reduction of imports.

She emphasized how the production of processed fish, canned fish, salted fish and semi-prepared can, in the short and medium term, mitigate the import of canned goods and produce surpluses with quality for the international and regional market.

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