A new Integrated Foreign Trade System will be established in Angola in the first quarter of 2015, the country’s minister of Commerce, Rosa Pacavira said in Luanda.
The minister also said that in order to provide support to exporters the government planned to create an Exporters’ One-Stop-Shop (Guiche Único do Exportador) and the National Export Support Agency, according to Angolan news agency Angop.
Speaking at the end of the year greetings ceremony, Pacavira said that under the Integrated System for Licensing of Commercial Activities around 17,241 companies were registered across the country.
The minister noted that the new System aims to partner with private entities and make use of bank loans for construction of new shopping centres, department stores, logistics warehouses, markets and shops in urban and rural areas. (macauhub/AO)