In the FCCA presentation, Camila Silveira, director of the Angola-Brazil Chamber of Commerce, said that the creation of this project aims to promote Angolan products and help in the exports of these same products to other countries.
The director, cited by Angop, stressed that the country's market is promising but needs to be a strengthening with the other markets for Angola to grow, adding that the FCCA will facilitate commercial transactions between Angola and other countries.
Camila Silveira also revealed that relations between Angola and Brazil will be easier, since bureaucratic issues will be simplified. She added that the Chamber will now be able to respond to requests from companies in other countries, because the FCCA will open the doors of Angola to the world, something that did not happen before.
According to Angop, the FCCA's main objective is to link all the existing Chambers of Commerce in the country. It also intends to facilitate the industrial and economic sector in order to promote investments in the country.
Besides the creation of the federation, the Angola-Brazil Chamber of Commerce wants to create programs to help in the training of young entrepreneurs. Simultaneously with the training, the Chamber will deliver seven thousand books to open a community library in Cunene, to help prepare entrepreneurs.