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Posted August 27, 2006 by publisher in Business In Cuba

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THE 24th edition of the Havana Trade Fair (FIHAV) takes place from October 30 to November 4 at its usual venue, Expocuba, the country’s largest fairground, the organizing committee has announced.

In the official announcement, addressed to foreign companies and business owners, it is affirmed that for 23 years, FIHAV has been an important link in the promotion of exports and has contributed to closer relations with trading partners, Xinhua reported.

The event has also been an opportunity for participants to have “the possibility of introducing themselves and consolidating themselves in the constantly developing (Cuban) market,” the note says.

On this occasion, the themes of the most important event of its kind in Cuba will be structured around consumer goods, machinery, equipment, technology, raw materials and services.

During last year’s edition, 1,039 companies participated, 907 of them foreign companies from 42 countries, and the fair’s exhibitions occupied 14,000 square meters.

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  1. Follow up post #1 added on December 29, 2006 by Milan Kral

    I would like to tell me pleasse when will be soonest next exibition FIHAV in Havana?


  2. Follow up post #2 added on December 29, 2006 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    It will be in late October 2007. No date set yet that I can see.



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