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Companies driving Prodesi recognized by the Ministry of Economy

The Ministry of Economy and Planning recognized the entities that promote the Program to Support Production, Diversification of Exports and Substitution of Imports (Prodesi), in a ceremony that took place at the Luanda International Fair (FILDA) and is part of the five-year anniversary of the program.

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Among the recognized companies, Banco de Fomento Angola (BFA) stands out in the first place in the ranking, as the banking institution that spent the most amounts, followed by Standard Bank, writes Angop.

In turn, the Development Bank of Angola (BDA) also deserved distinction for assuming itself as the banking institution that financed the most projects.

In terms of exports, the authority attributed recognition to Novagrolider, Embalvidro Indústria and also to Nova Cimenagola, while BrasAfrica, Impormáquinas and Hipermáquinas were recognized in the category of supply of machinery and equipment.

In the category of local fair of the year, recognition went to Feira da Quibala, Feira do Gado and Feira da Caála.

Fabrometal, Primeplas and Guata were recognized in sustainability, and Dangolma Lda, Wilson Rodrigues Su and Central Serviços Rodoviários, recognized as transport operators, also join the list, says Angop.

Mário Caetano João, Minister of Economy and Planning, said that there is a need to be "more disruptive and actually manage to produce more" to achieve food security.

"We have to be more disruptive and actually manage to produce more so that we can feed our population and achieve food security", said the minister, quoted by Angop.

In turn, Ivan Marques dos Santos, Secretary of State for the Economy, speaking at the opening of the program's five-year anniversary, said that "Prodesi, associated with the other programs, presents itself as a revolving platform in the coordination of the private sector for growth and sustainable economic development".

"Prodesi has developed financial instruments and products such as the PAC and provided funding for around 5000 approved projects. It supported market access with the creation of the national producer's portal with over 100,000 registered users and the restructuring of the 'Made in Angola' service. It developed a series of international events inside and outside the country and carried out (...) training actions for around 70 thousand economic operators. Until 2022, Prodesi also supported the private sector with the project to improve the business environment", he added.


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