Havana, Cuba.- Based in the Rancho Boyeros fairground, the oldest in Cuba, representatives from Latin America, Europe, Africa and the United States will attend, some of the ministers of this sector.
At a press conference Ignacio Caraballo, member of the organizing committee, explained that this year's edition will be attended by 125 national leading producers as exhibitors. For the first time, several foreign companies will arrive, among them the Mexican Papalotla, a seed producer.
According to Caraballo, the fair is the most important event in the agri-food sector of the country, hence the portfolio of foreign investment opportunities in this sector will be presented at the usual trade fair.
The stand of Germany will be one of the largest, with the presence of 10 representatives of that European nation.
Exhibition and auction of animals, varied activities, and concerts, as well as conferences by experts, are included in the general program of the fair. (PL)