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Wed, 13 Jun 2018 11:03 - Updated Wed, 13 Jun 2018 11:03

Timber warehouse contributes to revenue collection

Menongue - The timber inspection and trading warehouse to be built later this year in the southwest Cuando Cubango province, will contribute to the collection of revenues for the country, provincial governor Pedro Mutindi said Tuesday.

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The warehouse, an investment of five million dollars to be built in two months on a surface of 27 hectares will provide more than 300 jobs for young people.

The infrastructure will also cover the provinces of Luanda (Icolo-Bengo), Bengo (Caxito), Benguela (Lobito), Cabinda (Cabinda) and in the cross-border areas, where several irregularities have been detected, according to the Secretary of State for Forest Resources, André de Jesus Moda.

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