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23 June 2023

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Angola has potential as a future agriculture powerhouse – World Bank

15 September 2022

Angola has an abundance of arable land and a diversity of climatic conditions that are suitable for producing a variety of agricultural products.

According to World Bank analysts, the country was once a major producer and exporter of agricultural products, including coffee, cotton, and bananas.

However, exports of these had virtually ceased by the 1990s as a result of the civil war (1975–2002), which led to the collapse of commercial agricultural production, and Angola’s agricultural potential has remained untapped since then.


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