Mon, 31 Aug 2020 10:16 - Updated Mon, 31 Aug 2020 10:16
Eleven companies get registered to flow farm products
Luena - Eleven companies? cargo vehicles have been registered with the Economic and Integrated Development Office in the eastern Moxico province to facilitate the flow of farm products from the field to the largest consumer markets in the region.
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According to Economic and Integrated Development Office, the number of registered vehicles corresponds to a transportation capacity of 90 tons of different goods.
Speaking to Angop, the director of the Office, Guimarães Pinto Luís, said that his sector is working in partnership with the Transport Office to recruit as many vehicles as possible for the success of the activity.
He said that the Integrated Office continues to register local producers interested in flowing the products for commercial purposes, but he did not disclose the figure.
The source also announced plans to grant bank credits to the farmers, as part of the National Production Support, Export Diversification and Import Replacement Programme (Prodesi).
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