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Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:55 - Updated Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:55

Namibe to have timber warehouse

Moçamedes - A large warehouse will be built, in Namibe city in the localities of the Giraul de baixo, municipality of Moçamedes, southern Namibe province in the second half of this year, in order to improve and contribute to the commercialization and inspection of the timber trade.

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Government wants to value national wood

Photo: Estevão Manuel

This was told Tuesday to Angop by the Secretary of State for Forest Resources, André de Jesus Moda, at the end of his visit to Namibe province.

For a better control and offer of services to the timber cutters, he said, a large warehouse will be built in the second half of this year, which will house several sectors, such as General Tax Administration, AGT, Fiscal Police, Forestry Development Institute and other services.

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