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INAPEM promotes return of Expo Feito em Angola

Expo Feito em Angola may have a return scheduled for this year. According to João Nkosi, chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of INAPEM, the institution plans to hold the event this year.

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Alongside the preparation and dissemination of this year's edition of the expo, the institute, through the Made in Angola Service, also plans to hold workshops with a view to informing the general secretariats of ministries and central and local public entities about the public procurement process for goods and services 'Made in Angola', writes Angop.

Among the planned activities, according to Angop, is also the holding of seminars in the provinces for the private sphere to be updated on the public procurement processes for goods and services 'Made in Angola', as well as a wide communication campaign, to be launched every week, about the processes, advantages and impact of the Made in Angola service.

The official also said that it is also expected to involve ambassadors and shopping centers as partners of the Made in Angola Service, make improvements to the mechanism for joining the 'Made in Angola' seal, work with partners to fulfill the benefits stipulated when joining the said service, among others, writes Angop.

Made in Angola reaffirms the importance of national production at FILDA 2023

It should be noted that the Made in Angola Service was present at the 38th edition of the Luanda International Fair (FILDA), which will take place from the 18th to the 22nd of July, which will bring together more than 20 companies.

"The Made in Angola Service was present at the 38th edition of the Luanda International Fair that started last Tuesday, the 18th, where 25 companies adhered to the service. Among the adherents who use the Made in Angola seal were operators from the sectors of industry and manufacturing, agribusiness and agroindustry, fisheries, poultry, textiles, metallurgy, food chain, service provision and others", informs INAPEM, in a statement to which VerAngola had access.

According to INAPEM, most of the companies adhering to the Service Made in Angola that participated in the event came from the provinces of Luanda, Malanje, Bengo, Namibe and Benguela.

"The variety of products with the Made in Angola stamp comes from food, construction materials, household appliances, paints, kitchen utensils, clothes and shoes", adds the note.

However, according to the latest update, it appears that the Made in Angola Service has "a register of 143 member companies, which join 430 membership requests awaiting confirmation and which will later be added to the 698 registered products, of the current correspondent of 559 original stamps awarded and 4 green stamps (for environmentally friendly companies) issued".

During the FILDA, adds the note, there were "79 expressions of interest in joining the service and seven candidacies for effective membership of Done in Angola".


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