Thu, 23 Aug 2018 18:52 - Updated Thu, 23 Aug 2018 18:52
Entrepreneurs must face free trade zones with creativity
Malanje - Angola's accession to the SADC and continental free trade areas in the next few years is an opportunity to improve and increase business volume, implying more creativity of national entrepreneurs, according to the minister of Trade, Jofre Van- dúnem.
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Speaking on the sidelines of a meeting with local businessmen, which aimed to listen to them and draw up strategies for concerted action, the minister emphasized that it was important for national businessmen to be sufficiently trained to co-operate with investors from other countries.
He said that there are guarantees from the Angolan government to protect the national business community, in order to establish a competitive business environment, so investors "should not be afraid of joining the SADC and continental free trade zones", taking into account the advantages brought for the diversification and leverage of the country's economy.
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