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05 November 2014 | 11:32
Moldovan products, exhibited in Bulgaria
On November 5-8, in Sofia, Bulgaria, ten Moldovan businesses are attending a collective stand at the international exhibition "INTER FOOD & DRINKS", specialized in the food industry.
Moldovans displayed dried fruits, bakery and confectionery, dairy, soft drinks, honey and bee products within a collectively stand presented by Moldova. During the event, businesses are going to organize tastings of their products and have bilateral meetings.

Eduard Cotuna, director of a company said he hoped to find partners to whom to export dried fruits - plums, apples, cherries, cherry, rosehip. However, he wants to purchase equipment for processing agricultural products.

Ana Perstneva, of another company wants to initiate contacts for import of raw materials, to research the market and find out consumers’ preferences. "We produce biscuits, cakes, tarts etc. We want to see what is producers’ offering abroad, the trends in the field. I hope that visitors will enjoy our products," said the business lady.

Their participation in the exhibition is organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova with the financial assistance of the European Union and UNDP under the "Support measures to promote confidence" in order to help promote local companies on the EU market, to facilitate the exchange of experience, transfer of know-how and initiate new contacts for collaboration.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova, in the period between January and August 2014, the volume of trade between Moldova and Bulgaria amounted to $75.4 million, being 5.4% lower than the same period in 2013.

Since January 1, 2014, another 47 Moldovan businesses have participated in common stands within specialized exhibitions in Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, France and Romania.
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