Angolan Entrepreunerial Confederation established

Luanda – The Angolan Entrepreneurial Confederation (CEA) was established in order to strengthen the dialogue platform between the Angolan government and several entrepreneurial and cooperative institutions of the country’s 18 province.

The institution, chaired by Francisco Viana, seconded by 12 vice-chairpersons from several entrepreneurial organizations for a five-year term, is the most representative class in the country, covering business people from varied sectors such as agriculture, livestock, hotels, bakery and agricultural mechanization, among others.

On the occasion, the CEA boss said the confederation intends to earn credit of the Angolan people and government as valuable stakeholders of several sectors of the economy countrywide so as to help the executive to relaunch the economy.

This institution comes as response to the government officials that we are present and will do everything in our power to turn 2017 into a year of victory for the Angolan people. We want that the Angolan people have more security, stability, jobs, business and money for business exchanges, he stated.

Source: Angola Press News Agency