By Industrial Digest
“Nigerian manufacturers should not fail to be part of the forthcoming Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF) 2020 in Kigali, Rwanda, from September 1-7,” says Afreximbank, the organizer of the fair with the theme: ‘Building Bridges for a successful AfCFTA’
In a 15-minutes presentation during the just ended Nigerian Manufacturing and Equipment (NME) Expo held in Lagos, Afreximbank’s spokesperson, Remmy Nwachukwu, said: “ IATF 2020 will generate more than $40 billion in trade and investment deals, 55 countries on the continent will be participating and over 1,100 exhibitors are expect.”
He told the gathering that the previous edition of the event, held in Cairo, Egypt, last year, generated $32 billion of Trade and investment agreement.
“ IATF2020 offers opportunities Nigeria and its private sector should not missed by coming to showcase its produces in agriculture, textile, construction, finance, consumer goods, light manufacturing and even education. IATF is the only pan-African B2B cross-sector trade fair.
It’s an unrivaled opportunity for African buyers and sellers to meet and explore business opportunities – and attracts investors and trade organisations from all over the world. We support you to do business and finalize deals,” he said.