These solutions were presented during a meeting held on Thursday in Luanda, in a promotion of the Union of Small and Medium Enterprises of Angola (UPME).
For Beatriz Franck, head of UPME, the Angolan government failed to contemplate, at this stage of the covid -19, entrepreneurs in fiscal relief.
Beatriz Frank said that entrepreneurs has suffered with the emergence of the pandemic of covid-19, leading many, in the last two months, to pay only 50% of the salary of their workers.
"Our concerns will reach the President of the Republic who will find the best solutions for this sector that contributes a lot to the national economy," the head of UPME said.
UPME integrates 208 entrepreneurs, which makes up a total of 4,000 workers.