FORMER vice president Enock Kavindele has urged government to attach particular importance to the road and rail sectors in order to facilitate trade with neighbouring countries. Commenting on the recent MOUs signed between the Zambian and Angolan governments pertaining to road connectivity, among several others, Kavindele said Angola was a big market for Zambia. “The Angola market is just as big as the Congo market. The only difference is that communication in terms of roads and railway for Angola is non-existent. So you can’t put things on your heads and go and sell in Angola. So those are very important MOUs that they have signed, they will open up a huge market because Zambia can be able to export to…...

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