TRADE AFRICA 2018
TANZANIA INTL TRADE SHOW

INTERNATIONAL TRADE EXHIBITION

When

07 - 09 September 2018

Starting at 10am

Where

Mlimani Conference Centre,
Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania



TRADE AFRICA 2018
TANZANIA INTL TRADE SHOW

07 - 09 September 2018

When

INTERNATIONAL TRADE EXHIBITION

Starting at 10am

Where

Mlimani Conference Centre
Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania

TOTAL SQMS

1500


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Trade Africa 2018 - Tanzania Intl Trade Show

Intl Trade Exhibition on Products, Equipment & Machinery

Africa being an astonishing business destination, attracts many businessmen in the international trade business. Brand expansion is the only objective of established as well as aspiring businessmen. Trade Africa is a trade show, which gives an opportunity to these businessmen to gather under one roof, to fulfill their objective. This event is organized in Africa's developing economies- Tanzania. The country shares borders with Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Mali and Uganda.

Trade Africa Tanzania 2018 is an international trade show on multiple segments, scheduled for three consecutive days, starting from 07 - 09 September 2018 at Mlimani Conference Centre, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania. Automotive, Building Construction, Consumer & Households, Food & Agro, Industrial & Machinery, Medical & Pharma, Beauty & Cosmetics, Plast-Print-Pack and IT & Electronics products will be showcased.

Visitors from different countries, like Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Mali and Uganda, Botswana, Nigeria & Zimbabwe are expected at the trade show. These trade visitors, can be: Professionals of All Categories, Re-Exporters, Storage & Logistic Experts, Doctors / Hospitals, Buyers, Builders, Restaurant Chain Management, Agriculture Consultants, Developers, Technologists, Senior Government Officials, Architects, Export Promotions Bodies, Decision Makers, Mechanics, Industry & Trade Media, Manufacturers, Students & Educators, Professionals of Plastic-Printing & Packaging, Importers, ISP / Telecom Authorities , Machine Operators, Traders & Retailers , Dealers & Merchants, Agents & Distributors , Industrialists, Embassies / Consulate Members.


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Video & Picture Gallary

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Africa News

Africa Food & Security News

In 2008, an estimated 1.3 million people in rural areas and 3.5 – 4 million in urban areas were food insecure. An estimated 150,000 persons residing predominantly in high-potential areas of the Rift Valley province were extremely food insecure following the post-election crisis (FEWS NET 2009). Approximately 100,000 more children have become malnourished as a result of the food crisis (Save the Children 2009). Failed short rains in 2008 and previous three to four agricultural seasons has contributed to exacerbating food insecurity in the country. Marginal agricultural households, agro-pastoralists, pastoralists, and urban poor have been particularly affected. The marginal agricultural households in the southeastern and coastal lowlands are worst-hit as 70 percent of their annual harvest is derived from short-rains seasons (FEWS NET 2009). High food prices have also made 75 percent of the pastoralist communities food poor due to dramatic increase in cereal prices ranging from 50 – 80 percent as compared to other commodity prices. Amongst urban households, 40 percent were highly food insecure. As a result of the crisis, there has been an increase in school dropout rate, food riot incidents, and crime rate (WFP 2008).

The dairy industry in Kenya

The dairy industry in Kenya is one of the largest and sophisticated in Africa. With an estimated 5 billion litres of milk produced in the country, the dairy industry is an important player in the economic and nutritional aspects of the Kenyan population. Despite the huge opportunities ahead, the sector however, faces a number of challenges. The hullabaloo that has been generated by the recent introduction of VAT on processed liquid milk products in Kenya is an indication of the importance of the dairy sector to Kenya’s economy. Although the Government later retracted its intended imposition of VAT on this important item following the hue and cry from consumers, Kenya Dairy Board and other stakeholders, milk had already become the ‘poster product’ for all those who had raised objections to the VAT Act. Rather than face a ‘milk revolution’ and have the Government’s well intended purpose to streamline the VAT tax muddled with controversy, the National Treasury removed liquid processed milk from its original list.

VALUE SALES OF SOFT DRINKS RECORD POSITIVE GROWTH DESPITE HIGH INFLATION

In spite of the high food inflation index in 2015, coupled with economic challenges such as the declining exchange rate, value sales for both off-trade and on-trade recorded positive growth. Growth can be attributed to variables such as persistent hot climatic conditions in the country, intensive marketing initiatives and cheaper pricing of products.

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