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Thu, 01 Feb 2018 18:24 - Updated Thu, 01 Feb 2018 18:24

Cuanza Sul: Salt production increases by 815 tons

Sumbe - About 1,444 tons of salt were produced in 2017 by the salt miners of coastal Cuanza Sul province, representing an increase of 815 tons in relation to the previous period.

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Salt production increases in Cuanza Sul

Photo: Rosário dos Santos

director of Fisheries and Sea, Adão Pereira

The data were released by the director of Fisheries and Sea, Adão Pereira while speaking to Angop Thursday.

He attributed the production to the saline industry Rui Teixeira with a total of 897 tons, Barbas 487 tons and Ngola Kiluange with the remaining production, assuring that the quantities produced  were all iodized.

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