Turnover estimated at US$11 million was the result of five days of business contacts during the 32nd edition of the Luanda International Fair, which ended Sunday in Luanda, Angolan news agency Angop reported Monday.
The fair, held from 21-26 July, ended with a satisfaction rate among exhibitors of around 96 percent, according to the event’s organizers.
Alongside the usual business contacts, partnerships and exchange of views between exhibitors and visitors, the 32nd edition of Filda stood out for its high occupancy rate, which led to organisers setting up an additional 400 square-metre marquee to complement six existing pavilions.
Apart from “Oil Day,” the fair also celebrated the days of Portugal, Brazil, Germany, Namibia and of telecommunications companies. (macauhub/AO)