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Dutch entrepreneurs went to Benguela to see fruit production and go to Huambo

Twenty-five Dutch entrepreneurs visited the province of Benguela this Tuesday to analyze the capacity of fruit production. The objective of the visit is to move forward with future partnerships between Angola and the Netherlands, to bring national production to the European market.


The group of businessmen, who arrived in the province accompanied by the ambassador of the Netherlands in Angola, was received by Rui Falcão, governor of Benguela. The businessmen visited mango, banana and pineapple productions in Benguela and Baía Farta.

This Wednesday, the businessmen took the train to Huambo to see the production potential of the province.

Ambassador Anne Van Leeuwen said, in a statement to Angop, that the visit is aimed at future partnerships between the Netherlands and Angola. Rui Falcão was pleased with the visit, saying that this is an opportunity for Angolan producers to expand their business.

In his statements, the governor of Benguela revealed that 90 percent of fruit production is consumed in the country. However, he revealed that buyers of shopping areas often delay payment to producers.

Samuel Maleze Quinda, national director for integrated economic development, also considered that partnerships with Dutch entrepreneurs will be an advantage for national production.

Cited by Angop, he left a piece of advice to national producers: improve the quality of the products so that when exported to Europe they conquer that market.

It is necessary to improve and adapt production techniques so that possible investors show interest, added Samuel Maleze Quinda.

The commercial director of Caminho de Ferro de Benguela, Artur Silva, made it known that the company has everything in place to facilitate the marketing of products in the Lobito corridor.


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