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Made in Moscow: Russian exporters to present products at exhibition in South Africa

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Made in Moscow: Russian exporters to present products at exhibition in South Africa


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Sixteen companies from Moscow producing building materials, machinery and transport will be able to supply their products to African markets. Russians will take part in the African Construction Expo 2019 exhibition, which will be held in the largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg on June 11-13. Exporters will present their products under Made in Moscow brand, the website of the Mayor of Moscow reports. 

Representatives of Moscow enterprises will go to South Africa to design and finish construction projects, install utility networks, produce building materials, tools, industrial equipment and transport. Presentations and meetings with colleagues from other countries and potential customers will be held on the margins of the exhibition. 

Before traveling to the exhibition, members of Russian delegation had an opportunity to take a course on doing business in South Africa at Moscow School of Exporter. Almost 10 000 entrepreneurs and representatives of small, medium and large businesses from 65 countries of the world attend the forum in Johannesburg every year. 

Made in Moscow program was launched three years ago with the support of Moscow Government. Thanks to the project, dozens of organizations in Russian capital were able to enter the international market. 

Russkiy Mir reported that almost a dozen Russian companies united under the Made in Moscow brand presented their products at the technological exhibition of medical equipment in Dubai in January. 

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