Fri, 18 Oct 2019 18:18 - Updated Fri, 18 Oct 2019 18:18
Angola Business Confederation with new chairperson
Luanda - The Angolan Business Confederation (CEA) appointed this Friday, in Luanda, Estêvão Daniel to occupy the position of chairperson of the association, replacing Francisco Viana.
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Former CEA chairperson, Francisco Viana has left the board for health reasons.
Estêvão Daniel, in statements to the press, called on members for greater unity within the class, as only unity will help to walk in a harmonious and cohesive way.
He said that his intentions were directed to the congress scheduled for May 2020 where the association's guidelines will be drawn up.
The official reaffirmed his intention to work with the 56 members that constitute the CEA.
The Business Confederation of Angola was created to strengthen the dialogue platform between the Angolan Government and the various business associations and cooperatives of the 18 provinces of Angola.
The institution has a chairman and 12 vice-presidents from various business organizations for a five-year term, and is one of the most representatives for absorbing businessmen from various sectors such as agriculture, livestock, hotel, bakery, mechanization, among others.
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