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Port of Luanda has Conditions for Unloading Goods in Big Bag

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The Port of Luanda has the logistical capacity to unload goods in bulk and in big bags, taking into account the new measures provided for in Executive Decree 63/21, of March 17, in force since June 15 this year.

The Executive Decree imposes the packing and/or packaging, in the country, of 15 products imported in bulk, namely rice, sugar, wheat and corn flour, beans, milk powder, cooking oil, animal feed, coarse and refined salt, corn meal, pork and beef, margarine and soap.

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