Angola: Private Sector needs to learn more about AGOA
The Angolan ambassador to the USA, Josefina Pitra Diakité, said today, here, that the Angolan businessmen should learn more about the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) in order to expand their business and benefit from aid.
The diplomat who was speaking at the end of a lecture on business, promoted by the Angola-USA Chamber of Commerce, defended the need for the national private sector to know better the opportunities that AGOA offers to the companies to recover the lost time.
According to Josefina Diakite, who moderated the theme " Prioritary Areas for Investments", it is important to carry out meetings of the kind with regularity, to produce concrete things.
"We are available to support these events, but it is necessary that this initiative be extended to the remaining provinces of the country to know their potentialities", she added.
AGOA is a business opportunities forum that offers tangible stimulus to African countries, so that they redouble their efforts to open the economies and build free markets.
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