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ASEAN Super 8 takes new avatar – GO VIRTUAL!

Southeast-Asia’s first-ever extensive virtual exhibition for the built environment is here! Following years of overwhelming support from industry players and professionals, the 2020 edition of ASEAN Super 8 has taken a new avatar by going virtual in the efforts to embrace the “New Normal” and to widen the options for exhibitors. As the organiser of ASEAN Super 8, Informa Markets has launched the Virtual Connect Exhibition platform to bring onboard

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Ceramics China 2021, Where Innovations Thrive

Globally Well-known Industry Pageant During the past over 30 years, as the high-standard brand event in global ceramics industry, CERAMICS CHINA(the China Int’l Exhibition for Ceramics Technology, Equipment & Product) has proudly become the key networking platform, and the important carrier & window of technology exchange and business trading across the world. Leading companies and elite suppliers around the world are gathering at CERAMICS CHINA, showcasing their state of the

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Gateway to African Construction

  Rwanda is a robust market that enjoys strong economic growth. The country’s real GDP is expected to grow between 7-8% in 2019 and 2020. Rwanda stands out among its peers in Africa with a fertile ground for investment buoyed by its stability, economic growth, and ease of doing business. These factors have contributed to attracting $2 billion worth of investments in early 2019. Moreover, the government’s ongoing investments in

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Seize Ethiopia’s Construction Opportunities

Ethiopia, East Africa’s most populous country and one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, is showing increased business potential as it seeks to become a strong player in Africa’s construction market. Driven by the government’s investment in infrastructure, as well as steady development in the agricultural and service sectors, Ethiopia’s GDP is expected to witness a growth rate of about 7.8 to 10% by 2023. On the other hand,

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Build. Connect. Expand in Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is considered as one of the fastest-growing countries in terms of infrastructure development. The country’s five-year plan and Vision 2040 program outline the roadmap to diversifying the economy through increased government spending on key non-oil sectors and stimulating private investments in various sectors including the infrastructure and construction industries. Giving a boost to the infrastructure sector, the Omani government has allocated $13.77 billion for development projects

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