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    PAN AFRICAN TRADE AND INVESTMENT EXPO
    March 19-22, 2020
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    Ethiopia?
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Why Pan African Trade
and Investment Expo?

Pan African Trade and Investment Expo provides professionals with an opportunity to make new business connections, share information, and establish business deals.
At the exhibition you will have the chance to interact with manufacturers, providers, and potential clients.

Pan African Trade and Investment Expo is the ideal interactive platform to meet other industry professionals in B2B meetings.

Host Country Ethiopia

The peace declaration between Ethiopia and Eritrea is expected to set an example for other African countries which have border disputes after the colonization and decolonization process, and to make the continent one of the biggest players worldwide.

Opening the Eritrea harbors to Ethiophia helps this great market become global.

Trade and transportation possibilities are among the early period benefits of the open border between the two countries.

Opening the Eritrea harbors for Ethiopia trade accelerates the highway and railway infrastructure systems.

Investor-friendly macroeconomic policies and consistent foreign exchange regime is implemented.

It enables access 23 African countries via East and South African Preferential Common Field, to EU contries via ‘Lome Convention’, to American duty-free market via The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)

Ethiophia provides duty-free access to USA and EU via The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and EBO, offering appealing commercial opportunities. The country implements preferential customs duty to China, Japan, India, and Canada.

The commercial relations with Ethiopia enables Access to Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) with 19 member countries. Ethiopia has a strategic location with its proximity to The Middle East, Europe and Asia markets.

Djibouti railroads accelerates the transport from industrial zones of the country and the Eritrean harbors change the conditions of competition and lower the transportation fees.

Cheap workforce is another factor. (A factory worker in Ethiopia earns $50 to $60 per month, while the monthly wage in other textile manfucaturing countries is higher: $140-$160 in Kenya, $70-$90 in Bangladesh and $400-$500 in China.

Unlike other African countries, Ethiopia has not been colonized and is not under any economical influence.

About Us

Pan African Trade and Investment Expo provides professionals with an opportunity to make new business connections, share information, and establish business deals.

At the exhibition you will have the chance to interact with manufacturers, providers, and potential clients.

Contact Us

Pan African Trade and Investment Expo is the ideal interactive platform to introduce your company to a diverse international market in a region of great investment opportunities.

Contact us to take your place at the exhibition and become one of the key players of the booming industry!

Email: exhibit@panafricanexpo.com