Tue, 09 Jul 2019 14:51 - Updated Tue, 09 Jul 2019 14:53
Minister of State opens Luanda International Fair 2019
Luanda - The 35th edition of the International Fair of Luanda (FILDA) opened its doors this Tuesday, in the Special Economic Zone (ZEE) of Luanda / Bengo, after the symbolic cut of the ribbon by the Minister of State for Economic Development, Manuel Nunes Júnior.
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FILDA 2019: People visiting exhibitions
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
In his opening speech, the minister recalled that in 2017 the Executive found an imbalance in internal and external accounts, but as a result of short-term policy measures, Angola improved its macroeconomic indicators.
At least 785 exhibitors participate in this edition, representing more than double the 372 of the 2018 exhibition.
The 35th edition counts on the participation of 21 countries, with Belarusian debutant, who participates with entrepreneurs from the trade, industry and agriculture sectors looking for business opportunities in Angola.
Government and business delegation Portugal Germany are also taking part of the event.
India and Italy mark their presence in the International Fair of Luanda, which takes place under the motto "Energize the Private Sector and Promote Economic Growth".
Products and services related to banking, telecommunications and information technology, oil, transportation and logistics, industry and tourism, construction, real estate brokerage, agriculture, among others, are on display in the FILDA 2019.
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