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Wood 'made in Angola' in the sights of Serbian businessman

Serbian businessmen have their eyes on 'made in Angola' wood. This interest was expressed at the international fairs for furniture in Eastern Europe and for machinery and tools for the woodworking industry, which took place last week in Serbia.


According to Duchan Kondich, representative of the Serbia-Angola Chamber of Commerce, Angola has a "great capacity to export quality wood".

"Angola has great capacity to export quality wood, in relation to wood found at the fair," he said, quoted by Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA).

The official also mentioned that there was a great interest, and there are possibilities for, in the future, companies from the two countries to join together to develop these exchanges.

"Many people were interested (...). I think that for the future there is a great possibility of joining Angolan and Serbian companies that will develop this exchange of their businesses and that is the role of the chamber", he stated.

In turn, Massunga Henriques, president of the Angola and Serbia Chamber of Commerce, indicated that they have been making several contacts that could result in business: "The contacts we have been making, which are not few, many of which are probably could result in deals. Some of which are already very advanced and others even want to start closing deals".

Massunga Henriques considered that, along with wood, Serbia can benefit from other Angolan products.

"The Serbs also need other things that we can offer, for example Angolan marble, Angolan fish, coffee, cocoa and other products that are also extremely important for what our cooperation could be and which could serve as business for the future", he said, quoted by RNA.


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