Sat, 11 Jan 2020 11:52 - Updated Sat, 11 Jan 2020 11:52
France hosts trade fair on "City of Solutions"
Luanda - An Africa-France trade fair called "City of Solutions", which will be attended by 500 African and French exhibitors, will be held on June 4-6, 2020, in the City of Bordeaux, France.
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According to the press note from the French Embassy in Angola, which reached ANGOP last Friday, the event will be held in parallel with the 28th Africa-France Summit for three days.
It is a forum organized by the France-Angola Business Club (CEFA), in partnership with the Business Confederation of Angola (CEA), and the Association of Industrialists of Angola (AIA).
According to the document, the organizers expect to have a participation of about 20 Angolan companies.
The fair features African and French projects and solutions for cities and diverse topics including basic resources, energy, transport and tourism infrastructure, agribusiness, trade and catering, housing, access to employment, and more.
According to an embassy note, the event expects to receive 15,000 visitors from various countries and companies.
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