A Federation of Chambers of Commerce of Angola (FCCA), to allow for greater trade between companies from Angola and other countries, is in the process of being set up, as an initiative of the Angola – Brazil, Chamber of Commerce, said the director of this entity.
Camila Silveira, who on Monday in Luanda presented the project, said that the FCCA should seek to promote products, train associates and work on matters related to import and export of Angolan products to other countries.
The director of the Angola – Brazil Chamber of Commerce said that the chamber, in 2019 had offered training to over 5,000 people, according to the Angop news agency.
The Angola – Brazil Chamber of Commerce is focused, among other priorities, this year on training young people, creating programmes that keep its businesses stable in order to achieve its targets.
The FCCA’s main goal will be to interlink all the chambers of commerce involving Angola around the world, focusing on trade and publicising the Angolan market, as well as national products. (macauhub)