Luanda – The Economy Minister Economy, Abraão Gourgel, left on Monday for the central Bié province, where he will inaugurate the first One-stop Shops for Entrepreneurs (BUE) in that region.
Speaking to Angop at Luanda’s “4 de Fevereiro”, the minister said that the out of the seven counters already concluded in Bié province, the first two shops will be unveiled in the cities of Kuito and Andulo.
He said that the other five One-stop Shops for Entrepreneurs will be inaugurated in phased way by the provincial governor of Bié, Álvaro de Boavida Neto.
With opening of these One-stop business shops, the Executive intends to help people with the ideas of establishing small business as quick as possible, without any costs, and in a near future may generate business and wealth for the country.
BUE comprises services of national taxes department, civil and criminal identification, civil and notary registration, social security, statistics of veterinary services and provincial trade department, among others.
One-stop Business Shop aims for citizens to establish micro and small companies, as well as regulate the situation of entrepreneurs and traders that are still in informal sector, as well as street vendors, greengrocers and shoes polishers that now have the chance to regulate their commercial situation.
The minister’s delegation is comprised by CEOs of National Small and Medium Company and Entrepreneurial Fomenting Institute, António Assis and Sérgio Santos, respectively, as well as experts from his ministry.