Luanda - The Trade director of the South African "Greenbro" Power Company, Bill Murray, expressed interest to establishing partnership with the Angolan companies linked to the sector.
Speaking Thursday at the International Fair of Luanda (FILDA), opened Tuesday, the manager of the South African company believes that there is a need for this partnership.
According to him, Angola is developing rapidly and will need valences in the electricity sector for the sustainability of its economic growth.
"It is important that we establish this partnership because it will allow the exchange of experiences, to help both countries in the economic development of the African continent," he said.
According to Bill Murray, the fair provides an opportunity to display goods and also to internationalize any company participating in event.
Attending the current edition Angola (host), Brazil, Portugal, Spain, China, France, England, US, India, Tunisia, Norway, Italy, Ghana, Argentina, Kenya, Germany, Equatorial Guinea, Pakistan, Cape Verde, Turkey, Holland,, Mozambique, South Korea, Thailand, Egypt,
Zambia, Cuba, Nigeria, Malaysia, Indonesia, Senegal, Macau and Singapore.