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Tue, 19 Nov 2019 16:05 - Updated Tue, 19 Nov 2019 16:05

Angola expects Spain support in diversifying economy

Luanda - Angola can count on Spain's support in the process of economic diversification and join the list of African countries that export agricultural products.

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According to the National Director of Foreign Trade, Lukonde Luansi, who was speaking on Tuesday  during the Angola-Spain 2019 Beekeeping and Agro-Industrial Conference, Spanish support will allow the country to gradually and progressively relinquish its mono dependence on oil, given the potential that the sector has.

He said that in order to respond to international partnerships, the Government launched a comprehensive program of economic and social policy reforms aimed at improving the business environment, simplifying and reducing bureaucracy in import and export procedures, as well as achieving private investment.

In this context, it has adopted a new visa policy and is considering how to reduce costs to facilitate trade without disrupting public revenues.

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