Wed, 10 Jul 2019 13:39 - Updated Wed, 10 Jul 2019 13:46
Belarus takes part in fair to aid Angola's economy diversification
Luanda - Belarus intends to provide a wide range of machines, seeds and other agricultural inputs to aid strengthening Angola's agriculture and diversification of economy, so it is currently taking part in the 35th edition of Luanda International Fair (FILDA) opened Tuesday.
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The European country, which is taking part in the international fair for the first time, is seeking to establish itself in the Angolan market through Belarusangola Holding Ltd, although it has already been represented in the country by OPAIA firm.
According to the Exports and Sale Department director of the Borisov Plant of Medical Preparations, Oleg Kotovich, Angola-Belarus partnership involves 60 firms with focus on machines and vehicles of the Maz make.
The 35th edition of Luanda international Fair is running under the motto “Boost private sector and promote economic growth” and counts on the participation of 21 countries namely Portugal, Germany, Indonesia, Turkey, France, India, China, United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Israel, Brazil, Japan, Belarus, Uruguay, Macau, Italy, South Africa, Netherland and United States of America.
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