Luanda - Angolan young people will benefit from shopping card that will enable them to benefit from a discount rate ranging from five to 40 percent of the purchase.More about this news
Uíge - The need to increase domestic production to increase exports in the international market was reiterated today, in northern Uíge province by the Secretary of State for Agriculture, José Carlos Bettencourt.
Luanda - Forty-three public and private sector companies will export at the fair and the first China-Africa economic and trade cooperation forum to capture investments and guarantees new opportunities and potential for market innovations, announced today the coordinator of Angola - China Chamber of Commerce, Adulai Baldé.
Luanda - At least 158.8 million Kwanzas were collected from January to September this year, by the Commerce Inspection Directorate, resulting from fines to the offending commercial agents.
Luanda - The Angolan / United Arab Emirates chamber of commerce and industry, which presents its action plan on Tuesday, intends to work to increase trade between the two countries and balance the system of payments.
Luanda - An Angolan delegation led by the Trade minister, Joffre Van-Dúnem Júnior, is attending the first World Cotton Day celebration, being marked on October 07 and hosted by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva,Switzerland.
Luanda - The European Union (EU) ambassador to the country, Tomas Ulicný, reiterated Thursday its support to the Angolan Government in the execution of the staff training project, called "Support for Trade", an initiative aimed at adopting trade defense measures.
Luanda - The country is preparing the future tariff offer for the implementation of the Economic Partnership Agreements between Angola and the European Union, said Tuesday in Luanda, the director of the Ministry of Commerce's exchange office, Rui Livramento.
Luanda - Angola is since Monday in Geneva, Switzerland, taking part in the Merchandising Trade Council an organ of the World Trade Organization (WTO), ANGOP has learnt.