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Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:40 - Updated Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:40

Angola: Entrepreneurs urged to invest in Carnival

Cuito - Business class in the central Bié province has been invited to support with means and finance the 2018 Edition of Carnival.

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Carnival group "Centro Geodésico de Angola"

Photo: António Filipe Malengue

The appeal was launched Thursday by the local director of Culture, Isaac Paulino, at a meeting with representatives of Carnival groups.

Paulino recalled that business class plays an important role in strengthening the culture, supporting art makers with material and financial means.

He added that well organised and beautiful Carnival is a source of revenue collection.

The Carnival also contributes to development of the business sector and boosts tourism.

Centro Geodésico of Camacupa municipality won for the fourth successive time the 2017 Edition of Carnival in Bie in adult category.

Omala Va Soma Ekuikui-II group, from Cuito municipality, won for children class.

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