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Portuguese and Angolan entrepreneurs join Tuesday to increase partnerships

Portuguese and Angolan businessmen will gather in Luanda on Tuesday at an event that celebrates the 35th anniversary of the Portugal-Angola Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIPA) and aims to stimulate partnerships between businesspeople from both countries.


"It is a way of bringing businessmen from the Portuguese and Angolan community in contact, there is an interest on the part of companies from both countries to continue to collaborate and establish partnerships", underlined the president of the CCIPA, João Traça.

The CCIPA official stresses the importance of bringing companies from the two countries closer together: "The more (partnerships) the better", he stressed, pointing out the increase in business opportunities given the need to diversify the Angolan economy. "Angola cannot remain so dependent on oil", highlighted João Traça.

Since 1994, the CCIPA has held this meeting with the aim of creating an informal environment for socializing between businessmen and which counts on the presence of official entities from the countries.

The Portuguese Embassy will be represented by João Falardo, Director of the Business Center of the Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade of Portugal (AICEP), as well as representatives of the Provincial Government of Luanda and various Angolan ministerial bodies, as well as more than 100 guests from the most emblematic companies in Portugal and Angola.

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