TDAP plans to attend 15 trade expos in Africa to boost trade relation

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2016-11-28 14:00:00 – Islamabad

The Pakistani government is focusing on promotional activities to increase the volume of bilateral trade with Africa. According to the sources at the Commerce Division, the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) to enhance trade relations with African countries is planning to attend 15 international exhibitions during the current fiscal year.

The 15 international exhibitions that TDAP plans to attend in 2017 would include - 24th edition of Inter-build Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa; Pro Beauty South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa; Medic East Africa Exhibition & Congress, Nairobi, Kenya; International Exhibition of Textile Equipment, Tunis, Tunisia; Lagos International Trade Fair, Lagos, Nigeria; 19th AfricaCom, Cape Town, South Africa; Medical Expo, Casablanca, Morocco; Morocco Home, Casablanca, Morocco; Food Africa, Cairo, Egypt; 20th Auto Expo, Nairobi, Kenya; Automechanika, Johannesburg, South Africa; Africa Health Expo, Johannesburg, South Africa; SAITEX-2017 and Africa Big 7, Johannesburg, South Africa; Dar-es-Salaam International Trade Fair, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania; 34th Luanda International Trade Fair, Luanda, Angola.

TDAP had already been participating in Zimbabwe International Trade Fair since 2015.

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