Thu, 23 Jan 2020 20:19 - Updated Thu, 23 Jan 2020 19:02
Ministry wants more investments in national products
Malanje - The Secretary of State for Commerce, Amadeu Nunes, today asked the heads of the large commercial establishments in Malanje, to invest more in national products, in order to make a greater contribution to the country's development.
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Speaking to the press at the end of a visit he made to some supermarkets in the city of Malanje, he stressed that investors should make contracts for the purchase of national products with local producers, in order to facilitate employment and create a sustainable economy.
According to the official, national and foreign businessmen should take advantage of the country's potential, as well as take advantage of business opportunities, and help farmers to produce products for industrialization on a large scale.
The Secretary of State for Commerce was satisfied that he had not seen price speculation in the commercial establishments in the district.
The official who works for two days in Malanje, visited the supermarkets Angoalissar, Angomarte, Shoprite, Nossa Casa and Nosso Super.
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