FACIM Mozambique underway in September
MOZAMBIQUE| June 26, 2012, 1:10 p.m.
FACIM, Mozambique’s major annual trade fair, will be staged in Maputo in early September.
The Feira de Internacional de Maputo dates back to 1965, and showcases commerce, industry and agriculture.
The trade show attracts producers, sellers, investors, importers, exporters and buyers from Mozambique, South Africa, Portugal, Brazil, India and as far as China.
This year, the organisers have also given South Africa a pavilion at the trade show.
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