The official also considered that, although the registration process is still being concluded, the confirmations reflect a very positive number for a sectorial fair linked to the industry, writes Angop.
Regarding participation, Bruno Albernaz said that there were about eight provinces – including Benguela, Huíla, Namibe, Malanje, Cabinda and Cuanza Norte – and stressed that all exhibiting entities are national.
"They operate in our market, carry out their activity here, because it is an expo turned to the national industry. The international participation is of agents that represent machines and equipment that they make available to these industries to do their business", he added, in statements to Angop.
He also advanced, quoted by Angop, that "there are about 15 companies that are presenting to the market machines and solutions that the market needs".
According to Angop, participation in the event has a minimum cost of 320,000 kwanzas, the price for a nine square meter stand, with a 20 percent discount for companies outside Luanda.
The event – which will take place in the Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone (ZEE) and which starts this Wednesday, March 29, and runs until next Saturday, April 1 – aims to encourage greater investment in national industry.