Wed, 11 Jul 2018 12:16 - Updated Wed, 11 Jul 2018 12:22
FILDA / 2018: Second day will be dedicated to foreign participation
Luanda - A conference with five themes will dominate the second day of the 34th edition of the International Fair of Luanda (FILDA / 2018), dedicated to foreign participation.
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Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
At the event, which runs from Tuesday 10 to Saturday 14 at the Special Economic Zone (EEZ) facilities, exhibitors will this Wednesday present their products and services besides attending the conference which is to debate foreign trade, its evolution between crises period (2008/2009) and (2014/2019) among other issues of interests.
The 34th edition, which has an increase of 125 exhibitors compared to 2017, has the participation of companies from Angola (host country), South Africa, Spain, United States of America, Ghana, Netherlands, India, Italy, Macau, Portugal, United Kingdom, Russia and Sweden.
Promoted by the Ministry of Economy, in partnership with the company Events Arena, the trade fair counts on exhibition of products related to environment, energy and oil, agriculture, livestock, beverages, banking and insurance, general trade and construction and among others.
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