THE 56th Copperbelt Mining, Agricultural and Commercial Show (CMACS) in Kitwe that took place from May 29 to June 2, yet again, showed some significant levels of growth in size and stature going by the increased number of exhibitors recorded.
This year’s show held; under the theme: ‘Mining and Agriculture for Continued Development and Prosperity’ lived to its expectations of creating a perfect platform for economic diversification, especially that the event saw more exhibitors taking part compared to last year.
More than 107 exhibitors took part in the trade exhibition with 27 of them being foreign companies who were mainly from South Africa.
While, the trade show is mining and agriculture, the exhibitors sprang from all sectors of the economy bringing with them to the fore, diverse interests and thereby creating a platform for sharing and exchanging of ideas.
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