Thursday, July 18, 2024

IPEME, IP and APIEX promote Mozambican products at the 10th Gujarat Global Summit

The Institute for the Promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises (IPEME, IP) is actively participating in the 10th edition of the Gujarat Global Summit, in an initiative coordinated by the Agency for the Promotion of Investment and Exports (APIEX). The aim is to highlight and promote the products and services of Mozambique’s Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs), strengthening trade relations between the two countries and expanding the reach of these companies in the international market.

The presence of IPEME, IP and APIEX at the Gujarat Global Summit represents an important step towards promoting the diversity of Mozambican production. During the event, a wide range of agro-industrial and mineral products are being exhibited, highlighting the richness and variety of the country’s natural resources. Among the featured products are Coffee, Fortified Flour, Various Dried Fruits, Eco Bags, Cashew Nuts, Essential Oil, Facial Masks, Soap, Local Fruit Jams and Vegetable Flour, which not only demonstrate the quality of Mozambican products, but also highlight the potential for growth and expansion of these companies in the global market.

In addition to serving as a showcase for Mozambican products, participation in the Gujarat Global Summit also offers opportunities to establish business partnerships and strengthen ties between Indian and Mozambican entrepreneurs. The presence of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, through IPEME, IP and APIEX, underscores Mozambique’s commitment to strengthening its international commercial and diplomatic ties, contributing to the sustainable economic development of MSMEs in both countries.

The active participation of IPEME, IP and APIEX in the 10th Edition of the Gujarat Global Summit demonstrates Mozambique’s commitment to promoting its MSMEs in the international market, seeking to expand its business opportunities and strengthen its trade relations with India. This initiative not only highlights the quality and diversity of Mozambican products, but also reinforces the country’s position as an important player on the global economic stage.

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