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Country wants to boost fishing sector for export

Angola wants to continue to develop fisheries and increase fish exports in terms of variety and export destinations. The information was provided by Olga Dicamba, director general of the National Institute of Quality Infrastructures (INIQ).


According to a communiqué from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, to which VerAngola had access, the official was speaking, this Wednesday – on behalf of the Minister of Industry and Commerce –, at the opening of the workshop on national quality infrastructures for the national agri-food sector, with a focus on fishing, tropical fruits and coffee.

On the occasion, Olga Dicamba, quoted in the note, referred that "the main objective of this partnership is to develop a set of actions with the aim of achieving increasingly important levels of economic diversification, regional integration and promoting exports".

Johana Silvander, responsible for programs at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) said that she believes that "this training course will provide a real picture of the current situation of Quality Infrastructures in Angola, identify gaps and possible support to be granted by the institution it represents", reads the note.

This workshop is jointly organized by UNCTAD and the World Organization for Standardization (ISO), within the framework of the Train For Trade II programme, and is financed by the European Union.


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