Angola wants an economy socially driven by private enterprise

Angola wants an economy socially driven by private enterprise

350 exhibitors from 15 countries participated, from 10 to 14 July, in the 34th edition of the Luanda International Fair, also known as FILDA

The event, under the theme of diversifying the economy and developing the private sector, takes place in the Special Economic Zone of Luanda and Bengo (ZEELB).The region was chosen mainly because it has adequate infrastructure for the installation of industrial units with diversified vocations, occupying a global area of ​​8,300 hectares.The initiative to create the Special Economic Zone resulted from a study compared with the special economic zones of Manaus, Brazil, Shenzen, China and Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.The good business environment that Angola rehearses in this event, illustrates well the efforts of the Angolan economic and business entities that are doing their best to open the market to foreign investment.Information produced by the FILDA organization and released last Friday show that it is increasingly accessible to work in Angola, and serve as a barometer of mediation of the macroeconomic measures that the government of President João Lourenço...


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