Tue, 25 Jun 2019 19:01 - Updated Tue, 25 Jun 2019 19:01
Bumbar Mining holds 1st forum for mining leadership
Luanda - The first mining business leadership forum "Angola Mining Talks" will be held this Wednesday in Luanda, with the objective of assessing the context of the local mining industry and inferring about the challenges faced by managers to keep viable and sustainable companies in Angola.
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Promoted by Bumbar Mining, the forum aims to recognize the Government's efforts to promote mining activity, as well as the commitment of entrepreneurs, businesspeople and investors who believe in the progress of the Angolan mining sector.
The meeting, to be held in one of the hotel units of the capital, according to a press release from the institution, sent to ANGOP on Tuesday, is an opportunity for participants to build consensus on the best ways to overcome the challenges faced by the mining industry.
The forum, held annually, provides for the participation of staff from the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Petroleum, public and private managers, among others.
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