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  • The ASEAN glass and facade industry head to Glasstech and Fenestration Asia 2022

    The ASEAN glass and facade industry head to Glasstech and Fenestration Asia 2022

    Singapore from 26‐28 October. The leading Suppliers of glass manufacturing machinery and façade equipment and technologies will present their latest technologies and solutions to key regional industry buyers. As the sector moves out of the effects of the pandemic, the industry is now looking at solutions, technologies, and answers to the difficulties the construction projects are facing. The timing of Glasstech and Fenestration Asia is ideal for companies to source, explore and learn from some of the best solution providers in the market.

  • Dar es Salaam to host premier international trade exhibition for the medical and healthcare industry

    The 23rd edition of Medexpo will be hosted in Dar es Salaam at the Diamond Jubilee Hall from 17th to 19th of February 2022. The premier exhibition for the medical and healthcare industry is the one place to source new products, services and technology from around the world. The much awaited 2022 edition will be open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM for the public till 19th of February 2022.

    Ambassadors, trade delegations and representatives from various countries and ministries are confirmed to be present to meet and support the companies representing their countries at the event.
    As the biggest Medical Trade Event in Tanzania, Medexpo presents a unique opportunity for all medical and pharmaceutical industry leaders, innovators, business owners, importers, entrepreneurs as well as medical industry professionals like general medical practitioners, surgeons, doctors, physio-therapists, pharmacists, hospital administrators, lab technicians from related industries and backgrounds to source their needs and interact with international brands under one roof.

  • The 17th International Small Motor, Electric Machinery & Magnetic Materials Exhibition

    The 17thShenzhen (China) International Small Motor, Electric Machinery & Magnetic Materials Exhibition

    Shenzhen (China) International Small Motor, Electric Machinery & Magnetic Materials Exhibition (Motor & Magnetic Expo for short) was firstly held in 2003. After 16 years’ accumulation and development, it has become a brand exhibition in motor industry. The 17th session will be held at Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center on May 8-10, 2019. The exhibition will gather around 360 domestic and overseas well-know enterprises and cover an area of 15,000 square meters. There are five exhibition areas, including electric motor, magnetic materials, Military and Civilian Integration, powder metallurgy and cemented carbide.

  • International Key Shows of Motor, Magnetic and Coil Winding Industry: Motor & Magnetic Expo, CWEXPO 2019 will open its gates on May 8-10 in Shenzhen

    • More than 400 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions
    • Professional purchasers and end-user purchasing groups of the entire value-added chain on site
    • Rich concurrent events, more than 30 high-end forums and conferences

    Motor & Magnetic Expo 2018 covered an area of 15,000 square meters with 360 exhibitors join in. Famous domestic and overseas exhibitors and buyers were from 20 countries and regions, such as China, Thailand, Italy, India, Japan, the United States, Germany, Taiwan, Hong Kong, etc.

  • India targeting bilateral African trade of USD 150 Billion

    Indo-African Trade Port

    Indian leaders expressed a goal that the bilateral trade with Africa would soon reach USD 150 billion hopefully within the next five years, from the current value of USD 52 billion.

    Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Mr. C R Chaudhary said that the current level of trade is increasingly seen as well below the potential especially when viewed in perspective of the opportunities available. He urged the African countries to properly utilize the Duty-Free Tariff Preference (DFTP) scheme to help boost trade between the two regions. The scheme allows the import of almost all products from least developed countries (LDCs) to India attracting lower or zero duties.

    "I am confident that India-Africa bilateral trade can touch USD 150 billion in the next five years.

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