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Thu, 11 Jul 2019 18:35 - Updated Thu, 11 Jul 2019 18:35

Expo-Huíla to gather 225 exhibitors

Lubango - The twenty-seventh edition of Expo-Huíla, which will run from August 12 to 14, will have 225 exhibitors, an increase of 90 participants compared to the previous edition.

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Huíla: EXPO HUÍLA 2018 (file)

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The information was released today to Angop, in Lubango, by the executive secretary of Expo-Huíla, João Black, stating that the exhibition pavilion has a capacity for 250 exhibitors.

For this edition, he said that invitations have been formalized to several countries and there are currently reservations for companies based in Portugal, Namibia, China and Poland, in an event that will be held under the motto, "Together for a Better Future."

Regarding the national companies, he informed that Expo-Huíla will receive all the provinces included in the V Tax Region, also adding companies from the provinces of Benguela and Luanda.

The areas of agribusiness, ornamental rocks, tourism and industry will be the most representative areas.

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