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More than 600 national firms, companies from 30 countries expected at 48th FIA

 

ALGIERS- The 48th International Fair of Algiers (FIA) will take place from May 27 to 1st June at the Exhibition Centre (Pins Maritimes) with the participation of more than 600 Algerian companies and about 750 foreign exhibitors representing 30 countries, said Thursday the Minister of Trade Amara Benyounes.

Held under the theme “Economic Diversification for a Sustainable Growth,” the next FIA edition will host six European countries, six Asian, four from the Americas, six from the Arab world and three African countries while India is the guest of honour, as specified by the Minister in a press conference held jointly with Indian ambassador Kuldeep Bhardwaj.

The Arab countries will be represented by Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Palestine.

The European countries include Germany, France, Italy, Portugal, Turkey and Poland.

For its part, Asia will be represented by Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, Malaysian and Iranian companies whereas the Americas will be represented by the United States, Brazil, Cuba and Chilli.

Senegal, the Republic of Sudan, and Niger will be the only sub-Saharan African countries to take part in this international fair.

As for the national participation, 643 exhibitors operating in about ten sectors will be present in this fair which will cover a total area of 51,211 m².

This event will be officially inaugurated next Tuesday by Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal, in the presence of Indian Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Nirmala Sitharama, according to Benyounes.

Thursday, 21 May 2015

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