Luanda - At least USD 50 million invested at the end of 2016 by Castel Group the owner of the plant and the Nocal beer brand, in the acquisition of 3,000 hectares of land in northern Malanje province for grain production in order to reduce dependence on imports of these raw materials.More about this news
Luanda - At least twelve million US dollars were invested by Angola's Bioenergy Company (Biocom) to purchase new equipment to meet the challenges of the 2017/2018 harvest, with a 15% growth in sugar production, in relation to the previous year.
Luanda - Angola's Bioenergy Company (Biocom) spent USD 12 million to purchase new equipment with a view to meeting the challenges of the 2017/21018 harvest, predicting a 15% growth in sugar production, compared to the previous year.
Luanda - Angolan Government continues to work on ensuring the quality of infrastructure and goods produced for people’s consumption, said Thursday the minister of Industry Bernarda Martins.
Luanda - The Angolan milling plant of Grandes Moagens (GMA), to be inaugurated on Friday May 26, may supply 60 percent of the amount of wheat flour imported into the country in 2016, valued at 500.000 tons, Angop has learnt.
Luanda - The expansion of small industries in rural areas, with view to boosting and encouraging local production in the country, is one of the bets of the government.
Luanda - The African Union Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, Josefa Sacko, said on Wednesday in Luanda that the development of agro-industry in Angola could be achieved by increasing agricultural inputs and investment in infrastructures.
Luanda - At least USD 100 million is the amount to be made available by the Polish Government for investment in the sector of agro-industrial, processing of agricultural products and production of equipment (tractors, plows and implements), in the industrial center of Eva in Lubango , Province of Huíla.
Sumbe - The municipality of Amboim, province of Cuanza Sul, is preparing conditions to implement an agro-industrial project, which will be based on soybean, corn, palm tree and rice crops.