According to global data on foreign trade, Rwanda is ranked first as the easiest country to do business among the African countries. The foremost trade fair company, CNR Holding, has started trade activities for 54 African countries in Rwanda. CNR organizes 5 different exhibitions in Rwanda, all of which will form the largest trade platforms in the continent that the whole world sets targets for.
CNR Holding has unlocked the business doors of Africa, one of the world’s richest locations, for domestic and international producers. One of the leading companies in the trade fair industry, CNR, gears up to hold 5 different sector-based exhibitions tailored for 54 African countries. Highlighting that Africa is a major market, CNR Holding Chairwoman Ceyda Erem states, “Not only Turkey but also the whole world, chiefly Africa, set their business courses to Africa”.
Underlining the full support of the Rwanda Development Board and Rwanda Ministry of Trade and Industry to the exhibitions, Ceyda Erem points out, “We will bring together buyers from Rwanda and the other African countries in Rwanda through the exhibitions. We will be welcoming the buyers all the African countries on the same platform, through our exhibitions in Rwanda. Companies that do or intend to do business with Rwanda or Africa show great interest in our exhibitions. Therefore, we have limited the number of international exhibitors to 60 while the remaining 40 is reserved for Turkish companies. Through the exhibitions, we have taken a significant step for business”.
Ceyda Erem also mentions that the State of Rwanda provides entrepreneurs who intend to make investments in the country with investment capital and adds, “According to global data on foreign trade, Rwanda is ranked first as the easiest country to do business among the African countries. Rwanda is also regarded as the Switzerland of Africa and centrally-located”.
CNR Holding holds the following exhibitions dedicated to the entire continent and the industries, ready to wear, shoes, and leather between August 18-20, food and Horeca between November 02-04, building and construction between November 03-05, furniture, home textiles, and bedding between November 07-09, and agricultural products and machinery between November 10-12. They will enable global primary sectors to conclude new and long-lasting trade agreements with Africa.
Kaynak: (BHA) – Beyaz Haber Ajansı