Angola to Export Agricultural Products to US
Angola's deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dario Daniel Katata, affirmed Thursday in Luanda, that Angola has the conditions to exports, in the next years, to the United States of America some agricultural products.
Among the products are cotton and fruits such as banana, orange, melon, water-melon and amongst others.
The Angolan deputy Minister was speaking to Angop, on his return from Dakar, Senegal, where since Monday to Wednesday, he participated at the fourth meeting of the "African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), a forum created by the US and designed to promote trade and investments in Africa, in which Angola is a member country since 2003.
According to Mr Katata, Angola has the conditions for the next years to re-launch cotton production, a very consumed product, that can also supply the internal market, as there are in the country various hospitals and clinics.
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