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The Agri-Business Sector in Angola
BY Stephen Timm
Angola
29 June 2020
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The Agri-business Sector in Angola


Agriculture provides employment for about half of the Angolan population. Most of Angola’s agricultural sector is subsistence farming that uses rudimentary techniques and little infrastructure or use of inputs such as fertiliser, while farmers have little access to finance. There are few commercial farmers, as over 90% of farm land is cultivated by smallholders. The country is highly dependent on food imports, and imported nearly half of its food in 2018. However, Angola has the natural resources to become one of Africa’s leading agricultural countries, as the diverse and fertile region is suited to a variety of crops. It also has an abundance of fresh water and arable land.


Initiatives


The sector faces a number of challenges, most notably, poor productivity and production and a poorly commercialised agricultural market. In addition, poor infrastructure and a lack of access to finance remain key hurdles. Initiatives are underway to boost local production under the government’s Programme to Support National Production, Export Diversification and Import Replacement. Livestock also holds strong potential in Angola, with a vast natural habitat for grazing and water resources throughout the country. The Angolan government is privatising its agribusiness holdings.


Report Coverage


This report focuses on The Agri-business Sector in Angola and includes country information and information on the state and size of the sector, various sub-sectors including coffee, livestock, maize and dairy, latest available production figures and developments and influencing factors. There are profiles of five companies including Tahal Group, an Israeli civil works company, which has assisted in the development of a number of agricultural projects, Fazenda de Santo Antonio, Angola’s largest irrigated farm, and Group Lider, which has fruit and vegetable farms.


Page
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. COUNTRY INFORMATION 2
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 4
3.1. Industry Value Chain 6
3.2. Geographic Position 9
4. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 10
5. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 12
5.1. Local 12
5.1.1. Regulations 18
5.1.2. Enterprise Development and Social Economic Development 19
5.2. Continental 20
5.3. International 20
6. INFLUENCING FACTORS 21
6.1. Government Support 21
6.2. Economic Environment 22
6.3. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 23
6.4. Foreign Aid 23
6.5. Labour 24
6.6. Marketing 24
7. COMPETITION 24
7.1. Barriers to Entry 25
8. SWOT ANALYSIS 25
9. OUTLOOK 26
10. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 26
11. REFERENCES 27
11.1. Publications 27
11.2. Websites 27
APPENDIX 1 29
Summary of Notable Players 29
COMPANY PROFILES 30
FAZENDA DE SANTO ANTONIO 30
GRANDES MOAGENS DE ANGOLA - GMA LTDA 32
GRUPO LIDER S.A. 34
INDUVE S.A. 36
TAHAL GROUP INTERNATIONAL B.V. 38
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