According to Jornal de Angola, the chamber was shown as a structure to map, disseminate and bring together the business community of Angola and Spain, as well as other institutions that are interested in collaborating economically bilaterally.
On the occasion, the CNIAE presented its action plan for the period 2023-2028.
Thus, among the plan's priorities is the mapping and dissemination of business opportunities in both countries, as well as acting as a means of support for entrepreneurs and investors to efficiently analyze the potential of the two markets, writes Jornal de Angola.
In addition, the plan also foresees that national businessmen form a direct link with the main producers in Spain, aiming not only at imports, but also at the transmission of knowledge and technology that help to improve national production.
In addition to the embassy and AIPEX, the act – according to a statement from the organization cited by Jornal de Angola – also marked the presence of the Chamber of Business and Industry of Angola, the presidency of Bilateral Chambers of Commerce, the national representative of the Angolan youth, as well as businesspeople from various fields and civil society.