The Angolan government recently presented a EUR100-million plan, running until 2025, to boost industrial activity. It hopes
to diversify the economy and expand investment, both local and foreign. The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s development plan covers the strategic policies for industrialization and further aims to reduce imports and boost food production with self-sufficiency in mind.
Much focus is also being placed on Angola’s over-reliance on imports. The “Made in Angola” initiative, therefore, is targeted at promoting national production and local products with added value equal to or greater than 30%, stimulating competitiveness and promoting the improvement of product quality. During our research for this 35-page report, we saw growing enthusiasm among Angolan firms for the program.
Here’s just a selection of the interviews contained in this publication:
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