Luanda – The implementation of the pilot project for the formalisation of the informal economy is due to start in June, Angop has learnt.

This was announced Thursday by National Director of the Population Policies Office, Adriano Celso Borja, who said that the process will begin from unofficial “Marcado do 30” Market, located in Viana municipality, Luanda.

Speaking to the press at the end of a working visit to the Market, Adriano Borja said the visit allowed to check the speedup of the market activity.

He announced plans to make final decision to launch, in this site, a registration and formalisation campaign of the economic activities and to accommodate the mobile brigades that will execute the registration.

He announced the creation of nine brigades made up of six people each, in a total of 54 members, that will perform the registration with appropriated technologic means.

This will include a joint administrative services such as Unique Company Window, Directorate of Registries and Notaries, General Tax Administration and the National Institute of Social Security.

The pilot Project for the formalisation of the informal economy, coordinated by the Ministry of Economy and Planning, will start with the registration of operators and followed by the effective formalisation that includes, in addition to the legalisation of documents, the finance inclusion and therefore the regulation of the activity, covering approximately two million of informal operators in Luanda province.

Source: Angola Press News Agency