Around 200 Portuguese companies are due to take part in the Mozambique-Portugal Business Fortnight, due to be held from 25 February to 7 March in Maputo, Beira and Nampula, the chairman of the AIP Foundation, Jorge Rocha de Matos said Monday in Lisbon.
The event is part of a mission to support the internationalisation of the Portuguese economy by AIP – Fairs Congresses and Events and will include the Tektónica Moçambique, Intercasa Concept Moçambique and Fórum Agro-Alimentar Moçambique (Agro-Food Forum) events.
According to Rocha de Matos, AIP, as part of its mission to support internationalisation of Portuguese companies, will provide “a complete programme” that is intended to “gather and share information” as well as “identifying and moving ahead with business and export opportunities and partnerships”.
“Construction, real estate, safety, environment, furniture and décor (…), agriculture and fishing and agro-industry with business meeting in Nampula/Nacala, Beira and Maputo/Matola are the sectors involved in the business fortnight” noted Rocha de Matos. (macauhub)