More than 10,000 jobs will be created directly at the Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone, ZEE, which was inaugurated by Economy Minister Abraão Gourgel.
The Chairman of the Society for the Development of Special Economic Zone Luanda-Bengo, Antonio Lemos, on Thursday said plants currently in operation at the zone already employed 2,000 workers.
He added that the project included the construction of 73 plants, which envisioned the gradual increase in local manpower employed.
He said the project’s mission was to provide and manage areas of infrastructure and services to contribute to sustainable business development in Angola. It also intends to make the country recognized as the first choice for setting up industries and other businesses by 2015.