Luanda, Angola, 12 May – The 26th Luanda International Fair (FIL), to be held between 14 and 19 June of this year, will focus on the agri-livestock sector and its development, Angolan news agency Angop reported.
Speaking to the news agency, the head of the Livestock Department, Kussonga Jordão, said that the choice of central theme for the country’s biggest business event was part of the strategy to revitalise the
By promoting agri-livestock at FIL/2009 the aim is to make joint efforts to breed animals on a wide scale, with a view to increasing the supply of products such as fresh and canned meat, milk, cheese and other derivatives for internal consumption and for export.
The 2008 edition of FIL was attended by companies from Angola, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Portugal, Pakistan, Brazil, Spain, Germany, China, Singapore, Turkey and Namibia. (macauhub)