Mon, 21 Oct 2019 19:06 - Updated Mon, 21 Oct 2019 19:05
Trade sector backs partnership to improve product flow
Luanda - The Secretary of State for Commerce Amadeu Nunes has defended a city-countryside partnership for better solution to the problems related to the improvement of flow of domestic production and value local crops and products.
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Speaking at the opening of the 13th Consultative Council of the Ministry of Commerce on Monday, the official called for the need to stimulate rural entrepreneurship.
He also encouraged the creation of social and economic infrastructure, empower farmers with input, increase production and mainly reduce import of agricultural and livestock products.
Amadeu Nunes said that the commerce sector was crucial to boost the market and the Angolan economy, by contributing to increase production and its diversification, both for domestic consumption and export.
The sector is also a key sector for job creation and will play a crucial role in reducing unemployment and create new jobs, as well as ensure fair prices for consumers and the supply of products.
In another aspect of his speech, the Secretary of State considered the inspection fundamental to avoid the speculation and the disrespect for the norms in force in the country.
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