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Jun 06

Mozambican businessmen are seeking partnerships from the American private sector in order to make possible several investment projects, estimated at about 43 million dollars, in the country.

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Mozambican businessmen are seeking partnerships from the American private sector in order to make possible several investment projects, estimated at about 43 million dollars, in the country.

With their eyes set on achieving this goal, Mozambican businessmen, represented by the Association of Young Entrepreneurs (ANJE) took part in the World Franchising Conference that ended this Saturday in New York, in the United States of America.

The President of ANJE, Lineu Candeeiro, says that, in this perspective, a delegation of American businessmen will be in Mozambique this semester to evaluate the conditions of investment in order to sign the referred partnerships.

Lineu Candeeiro says that most of the existing projects are from young entrepreneurs who intend to implement or represent American brands and products in Mozambique.

The World Franchising Conference brought together in New York representatives of more than two hundred brands from around the world to share experiences on the assignment of patents.

Source: BUSINESS / 360mozambique.com