The 38th edition of the Luanda International Trade Fair (FILDA) starts Tuesday at the Luanda and Bengo Special Economic Zone (ZEE), with the participation of 1,202 exhibitors.
Running until July 22 under the motto “Digital economy, the new world frontier”, the fair will have the participation of the United States of America Embassy in Angola, marking the debut of this country in the event.
This edition will mark the return of Brazil to this event, under the participation of the Brazilian Entrepreneurs Association and the country’s Embassy in Angola, the organizers have disclosed.
Portugal, Italy, Indonesia, Turkey, Germany, Japan, among others, are also part of the range of countries that will exhibit at FILDA 2023.
The 37th edition of FILDA took place in July 2022, in a 21,000 square metres area of the ZEE, bringing together 629 exhibitors and 15 countries, having received more than 32,000 visitors.
The Luanda International Fair is a stage to showcase and promote national production, which emphasises the diversification of the economy, business and the promotion of employment.
As the largest multi-sectoral fair, FILDA has been the main showcase for the presentation of national companies, brands, products and services.
The fair promotes exchange and diversification, bringing together national and foreign entrepreneurs in all of its editions to establish business contacts, commercial and diplomatic relations with Angola.
Since its first edition in 1983, FILDA has been seen by exhibitors as a showcase of Angola’s capabilities and potential to stimulate the increase of national production and launch of new economic bridges.
Until 2016, FILDA was organised by different management entities, with the Ministry of Economy and Planning as promoter of the event and Eventos Arena as organizer since the 33rd edition.
Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)