Two new textile factories would come up in the municipality of Cambambe, also spelled Kambambe, in Angola, located in Southern Africa, by the year 2015.
The new textile plants would be built under a Japanese private investment, according to the Angolan news agency ANGOP.
The new factories to come up in the province of Kwanza Norte, located in the northern part of the country, would produce fabrics, garments and home textile products.
The project, which began in last June by the demolition of the Satec textile factory building, will have the new factories equipped with latest technology and would also provide employment opportunities.
The emergence of these plants aims to stimulate the reactivation of the Dondo industrial park, which was once considered one of the top four industrial hubs of the country.
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