Belarusian agricultural producers recently exhibited fishery products, confectioneries, milk powder and other products at the 81st International Agricultural Fair in the Serbian town of Novi Sad.
Serbian companies expressed significant interest in several of the goods and discussed ordering supplies, BelTA reports.
"Belarus' agricultural industry was widely represented at the trade fair in Novi Sad," Evgeny Vvedensky, the deputy director and head of foreign exhibitions at Belinterexpo sponsored by the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), said, according to BelTA. "Participants from Belarus believe the expo was more than successful as they reached many promising arrangements."
Among those displaying their products were the fishery joint venture Santa Bremor and confectionery companies Slodych and Krasny Pischevik.
The International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad is the biggest event in agribusiness and food industry in southeastern Europe. The fair has brought together more than 700 organizations from 60 countries, BelTA reports.
- Baltic International Bank launches investment packages
- Bank St. Petersburg hosts event for 10-year anniversary of its IPO
- European Investment Bank, ABN Amro sign agreement to support green shipping options
- AccessBank names new chairman of management board
- European Union environmental leaders aim to cut food waste in half by 2030
- ARMBUSINESSBANK hosts high-school students for lessons about banking
- Decreased inflation will lead to economic recovery, EDB report says
- Rosbank named global outperformer, market outperformer in finance magazine
- National Bank of Ukraine cuts key policy rate in effort to boost the economy
- Photo exhibition of flowers on display at UKRSIBBANK BNP bank