The Minister of Economy and Planning, Mario Caetano Joao, said in statements to the press, that among the confirmed delegations are those corresponding to Portugal, Italy, Germany, China, South Korea, South Africa and Namibia.
On Wednesday, the official confirmed preparations for the event at the exhibition stand in the Luanda-Pengu Special Economic Zone, the usual venue for the exhibition, whose 37th edition will begin on July 12.
According to Caetano Joao, the organization is progressing well. He pointed out that 425 direct and indirect participation and 10 countries with official representation were confirmed.
The official said that from July 12-16, Filda-2022 will be very attractive because it will include many parallel activities focused on enhancing productive enterprises that benefit from information and communication technologies.
As he commented, the exchange spaces will help learn about the initiatives of many Angolan youth, as well as facilitate links with banks and other financial institutions to support business ventures.
In 2021, about 300 national exhibitors and company representatives from South Africa, Germany, Argentina, China, Eritrea, France, India, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Japan, Lebanon, the United States and Portugal attended the exhibition.
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