This was said by the administrator of the promoting company of the event C-Calas, Carlos Santos Calas.
Addressing the closing ceremony, he said the fair covered a 15.000 kilometer square, 10 of it hosted 60 stands set by companies of several sectors such as, agribusiness, trade, industry, tourism, restoration and libraries, among others.
He said the fair counted on the participation of 150 companies, including 146 Angolan firms and four foreign companies, where the local government granted big business opportunities.
This business, he added, aims at enabling the province to attract new investments that can contribute to develop of the local economy.
Carlos Santos Calas stressed that the sectors of agriculture and livestock were more attractive, in the face of the province’s potential of arable land and water, deemed crucial for investment in this economic sectors.