The Organisation of Brazilian Cooperatives (OCB) announced in Brasilia that together with the Ministry of Agriculture it will carry out a mission to Angola between September 22 and 29 to expand the commercial relations of Brazilian cooperatives with the Angolan consumer market.
“The Angolan economy is currently experiencing a moment of growth, which is reflected in foreign trade, with Brazil’s share of imports of food and beverages in Angola reaching 20%,” said a statement from the OCB.
The Angolan municipalities of Luanda, Lubango and Gambos will be visited by the technical mission, which will meet with local authorities, business people, commercial representatives and members of the Angola-Brazil Chamber of Commerce.
According to the OCB, the main aim of the mission is to explore business opportunities for the grain, dairy, meat, fruit, juice and soft drinks sectors. (macauhub)