TPO Delegation for Japanese Expo
Economy, Domestic Economy

TPO Delegation for Japanese Expo

The Trade Promotion Organization of Iran is sending a delegation to the 43rd International Food and Beverage Exhibition in Japan.
The expo, also known as FOODEX JAPAN 2018, is scheduled to be held in Makuhari Messe, a Japanese convention center outside Tokyo, during March 6-9.
The Iranian delegation will include marketing experts and economic players from the agricultural and food industries. They are expected to hold negotiations and B2B meetings with their counterparts, Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mining and Agriculture’s news portal reported.
According to the exhibition’s official website (jma.or.jp), FOODEX JAPAN is Asia’s largest exhibition dedicated to food and beverages across Japan and the whole world. Over the four days of the exhibition, about 82,000 buyers from food service, distribution and trading companies are expected to attend.

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