Tue, 10 Jul 2018 10:54 - Updated Tue, 10 Jul 2018 10:56
FILDA/2018: Trade fair kicks off Tuesday with 372 exhibitors
Luanda - The 34th edition of the International Trade Fair of Luanda (FILDA2018) is opening this Tuesday, in the Special Economic Zone, in the outskirts of Viana Municipality of Luanda Province, with 372 exhibitors, 69 per cent of whom being nationals.
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filda2018: South Africa's exhibition spot
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
This edition, which counts on a participation of 125 exhibitors more than last year’s edition, will have companies from South Africa, Spain, United States of America, Ghana, Holland, India, Italy, Macau, Portugal, United Kingdom, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, Uruguay, Japan and Mozambique.
The exposition will take place in a area of three hectares.
Russia and Ghana will have their debut participation in this event, while Brazil, a traditional participant in FILDA, is the great absent from this event that will happen under the motto “Diversifying the Economy, Developing the Private Sector”.
Keeping the tradition, Portugal continues to be the biggest foreign presence in FILDA, this time with 25 exhibitors (compared to sixteen in the previous edition).
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