Business Confederation wants to sell products to Southern Africa

Benguela – The chairperson of the Angolan Business Confederation, Francisco Viana, said that the strategy adopted by the management of the institution that he chairs is aimed at helping entrepreneurs and business associations to sell products.

According to Francisco Viana, who was speaking to Angop, on Monday, said that the idea is to transfer local production to Luanda, as the country’s largest market, and then to southern Africa, in a first phase.

The official said that business associations should become the key” for the training of the business people from over 40 associations, some of them, sectorial, regional, provincial and communal.

The official said that in order to achieve this goal there is a need to visit the provinces and learn about the productive potential of each region, to know what is produced or can be produced, and to improve the dialogue with provincial governments.

Source: Angola Press News Agency