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Mon, 21 Mar 2016 07:25 - Updated Mon, 21 Mar 2016 17:57

Moxico: Peasants encouraged to join campaign credit

Camanongue - The head of peasant association in Camanongue (Moxico), João Zangata, encouraged on Saturday in the region, the local farmers to adhere to the agricultural credit of campaign to facilitate the development of agricultural activity.

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Speaking to Angop, the official explained that the bank credit helps farmers to acquire appropriate equipment to carry out their activities in order to increase the production of agricultural goods.

He explained that for them to benefit from these credits, associations and cooperatives must submit their petitions to banks for funding.

João Zangata highlighted the willingness of the Angolan authorities towards the revitalization of the various segments of the national economy under the investments programme "Angola Investe".

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