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Brazilian businessman asks for more investment from Brazil in Angola

The Brazilian-Angolan businessman Valdomiro Minoru Dondo, defended this Sunday, in Luanda, a greater incentive from the Brazilian Government so that Brazilians invest in Angola and break the rhythm of decrease of commercial relations verified in the last years.

: Ampe Rogério/Lusa
Ampe Rogério/Lusa  

Speaking to Lusa news agency, Valdomiro Dondo, considered one of the most successful businessmen in Angola, present in the country for 35 years, noted that the Brazil/Angola trade relationship, "decreased a lot" in recent years, which in his view "is not justified.

"We make a lot of effort to bring colleagues here," said Valdomiro Dondo, expressing his interest in the agro-industry segment in partnership with Brazilian businessmen that "have technology, 'know-how'", reminding that the similarity of agro-livestock products that are produced in Brazil can be produced in the African country.

"We see that there is a lack of counterpart sensitization from the Brazilian government to the business community. The example is that today the Brazil/Angola sea transportation practically doesn't exist, the air connection is suspended, so this makes it very difficult", he emphasized.

For 35 years in Angola, Valdomiro Dondo started his business activity in Angola in the 1980's with the commerce of food exported from Brazil, later expanding his business to other sectors, and today he owns more than 20 companies, in the segments of transport, banking, health, real estate, information technologies, mining, restaurants, beverages and agriculture.


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