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Brazilian businesspeople want invest in Angola

Luanda, ANGOLA, February 12 - The ambassador of the Federal Republic of Brazil, Paulino Franco de Carvalho Neto, on Tuesday in Luanda expressed the interest of his country's businesspeople in investing in Angola to help boost the national economy.,

The Brazilian diplomat, who spoke to journalists after a courtesy meeting with the MPLA deputy president, Luísa Damião, said that Brazilian companies are competitive in many areas, especially in agribusiness and family agriculture, as well as being able to help to leverage the Angolan economy.


For this reason the representative of Brazil in Angola expressed the willingness to work for cooperation to strengthen.


In Angola there are Brazilian companies in the areas of construction, commerce, service provision and others, which have helped Angola in the creation of wealth and jobs.


The diplomat also added that it was in his country's interest to share with Angola the experience of holding local elections.


Paulino Franco de Carvalho Neto also stressed that the cooperation between the two countries is intense, traditional and long years.


Angola and Brazil established political-diplomatic relations on November 12, 1975, the day after the proclamation of the independence of Angola.