The event : « Pavillon France » on the Nampo exhibition in 2015
Business France will organise for the second time a « Pavillon France » to introduce french operators’ supply in the agricultural sector during next south african agricultural exhibition, the NAMPO, form 12th to 15th May 2015. The NAMPO is the largest agricultural exhibition in Sub-Saharian Africa, with 72000 professional visitors from all the continents and 650 exhibitors in the various sectors of…Continue
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South Africa is a booming economic country. Since Nelson Mandela's election in 1994, this country has evolved to play a decisive part in Africa's economy. With its very diversified economy and a stable economy, South Africa is today the gateway to the African…Continue
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Here is a short summary of the major economic news of the past two weeks in Southern Africa. The Cap40 team regularly publishes news from the French consulate in Pretoria in order to give you fresh insights on the most important economic matters in the country and region.
The director of operations of the World Bank for the Democratic Republic of Congo announced that the beginning of the construction…Continue
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The delegation of M. Matthias Fekl, France’s Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, the Promotion of Tourism and French Nationals Abroad, was in Cape Town on the 7th April 2015, to discuss about the economic opportunities offered by South Africa. With a quite tight schedule of the day, the Secretary of State met important actors in several industries with dynamic growth potential growing – as tourism, technology, entrepreneurship, agribusiness……Continue
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The Embassy of France is hosting a forum on French language use for professional purposes in Africa in April 2015 in three major South African cities.
The forum will bring together business representatives, international cooperation representatives and professionals in the field of education to discuss French as a language…Continue
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