Brasilia, Brazil, 2 Dec – The 53 Brazilian companies that took part in the recent Trade Mission to Mozambique, Angola and South Africa are expected to have done business deals worth US$122 million over the next 12 months according to export and investment promotion agency Apex-Brasil.
Apex-Brasil said that the Brazilian companies that travelled to the three countries took part in 1,154 meetings with local businesspeople and are expected to have done deals worth US$19 million in Mozambique, US$51 million in Angola and US$52 million in South Africa.
The mission, organised by the Brazilian Ministry for Development, Industry and Foreign Trade and by Apex-Brasil, ended on 30 November with technical visits by Brazilian businesspeople to potential buyers and distributors in Johannesburg.
The companies that took part in the mission were mainly from the housing and construction, machinery and equipment, food and drinks, and agri-business sectors, as well as import-export. (macauhub)