Centurion, South Africa, August 23, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Reports from the Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment Summit to be held in October in Cape Town, South Africa are that the summit will pay keen focus to the Angolan economy. With many European economies beginning to look towards Africa in the wake of the global economic crisis, Angola has become the primary target for businesses and investors. The summit is set to dedicate various sessions to dissecting the economy in Angola and the outlook for doing business in that market.
The industrial sector in Angola registers an eight percent growth so far this year, two points lower than originally planned. Ministry of Geology, Mines and Industry, Joaquim David, said that to achieve further development the sector he heads encourages domestic and foreign entrepreneurs to invest in various economic sectors of the African country. According to summit host and Managing Director of Egoli Communications, Mr. Garikai Nhongo, the summit will be the platform for the Angolan businesses and government to speak directly to investors who will be present at the summit.
Apart from its outlook on Angola, the Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment Summit is expected to give a look into other growing African markets such as Kenya, Ghana. Tanzania and Mozambique.
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