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Fri, 05 Jul 2019 17:39 - Updated Fri, 05 Jul 2019 17:39

Uige businessmen ask for investment credits

Uíge - Participants in the "Business Forum on the Economic Potential of the Province of Uíge, an Opportunity for Investments", held on Friday, asked the local and central government to provide more credit facilities and other financial offers, with a view to attract more investment to the region.

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The request was made after discussions on issues related to agriculture, livestock, forestry, mineral resources, banking, infrastructure, among others.

The lack of banks in the municipal seats, the absence of telecommunications and internet media, the issue of public lighting, access to energy and water, fuel among other means and in puts were also the concerns presented to the local government.

At the opening, the deputy governor for the political, social and economic sector, Catarina Pedro Domingos, invited national and foreign entrepreneurs to invest in the province to contribute to their socio-economic development.

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