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Thu, 16 Jan 2020 14:05 - Updated Thu, 16 Jan 2020 14:04

Book on Informal Economy to be released

Luanda - A book entitled “The Power of Informal Economy” by the Angolan economist Juliana Evangelista Ferraz will be released on January 30 this year.

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Economist Juliana Evangelista Ferraz

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The scientific work presents solutions aimed to speed up the  formalising process of economic activity in the country.

The book also comes up with proposals that help address the problem, the registration of the informal agents, their licensing for economic activity and the effective control of small businesses.

Graduated in economics, Juliana Evangelista Ferraz, is a university lecture.

She is also trainer for National School of Administration and Public Policy (ENAPP) and collaborator of the state-owned firms Angola news Agency (ANGOP) and Jornal de Economia and Finanças of Edições Novembro (News Paper).

The author has professional experience in Banking and Telecommunications sectors as well as current director of the internal audit office of the Development Bank of Angola (BDA).

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