Fri, 10 Aug 2018 16:10 - Updated Fri, 10 Aug 2018 16:10
Huila: Economic growth depends on business class
Lubango - The economic and social growth of the southern region depends on the activity conducted by the business class in various sectors aimed at diversifying the economy.
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This was said Wednesday by the governor of the southern Huila province, Joao Marcelino Tyipinge.
Addressing a 15th Edition "Expo-Huila2018" opening ceremony, the governor said that the economic policy of State is aimed at boosting sustainable growth even under difficult context in order increase the quantity and quality of goods and services.
The governor pledged full opening and collaboration with central government to ensure the creation of better conditions for the development of economic activity in the country and in the region.
In turn, the chairperson of Commercial and Industrial Agro-Livestock Association (AAPCIL), Paulo Gaspar, who acknowledged the current hard time, called on the entrepreneurs to actively participate in solution to the problems.
While, the governor of Bié province considered Huíla's experience in livestock and agriculture fundamental.
He added that such experience boosts development of these sectors of the economy of the province.
The event brings together 250 entrepreneurs, both national and foreign, in various fields.
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