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Wed, 22 May 2019 15:39 - Updated Wed, 22 May 2019 15:39

Angola: World Tourism Forum kicks off on Thursday

Luanda - Angola will host the World Tourism Forum (WTF) on May 23 - 25 aimed to promote investment and boost the tourism sector in the country.

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The world’s tourism industry leaders will address themes such as "Tourism in Africa, Digital or Computerised Tourism,

The event will also focus on the topics such as the Role of Government in Business Trip,  Why Investing in Angola, and The Secret or success of tourist destinations.

The event may set in motion the investment opportunities in the sectors of Construction, Transport, Energy and Water and Agriculture.

The World Tourism Forum is a global organisation  holding events in different parts of the world to boost global tourism.

Some 1,500 delegates are expected to attend the event.

Tags Economy   Turismo  

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