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Agri-business: Malanje has 500 thousand hectares for private investment

There are 500 thousand hectares currently available to private investors interested in investing in agribusiness in the province of Malanje. The number was announced by the provincial governor, Marcos Nhunga, during the opening of the First Agro-Industrial Fair in the Northern Region of Angola.


According to the person responsible, the available land is part of the Songo Region (municipalities of Quirima, Luquembo and Cambundi-Catembo), Baixa de Cassanje (Quela, Cahombo, Marimba and Cunda-dya-baze) and the Agro-industrial Pole of Capanda ( PAC), in Cacuso, offering accessibility conditions, energy and water in abundance.

“We have fertile land, abundant water and constant rain, conditions conducive to the practice of agro-industrial activity”, stated the governor, asking the private sector to invest in the province.

Marcos Nhunga also highlighted the region's tourist potential, in which the business class was also invited to intervene. He gave as examples the falls of Calandula, Pedras Negras do Pungo-andongo and Rápidos do Kwanza, capable of attracting investors and tourists.

The First Agro-Industrial Fair in the Northern Region of Angola runs until Sunday in Malanje, with 300 exhibitors from the provinces of Luanda, Huambo, Benguela, Cabinda, Uíge and Cuanza-Norte, who sell locally produced food and industrial goods. Its objective is to present the agricultural, tourist and economic potential of the municipality's regions, seeking to arouse the interest of investors and the signing of partnerships.

For the governor, the debut of the event is an example of the province's agricultural potential, with the participation of 40 local agro-industrial companies and 40 Fair Cooperatives.


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