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The products of Congolese companies exhibited at the agriculture show in France

Kinshasa, March 2sd, 2023 (CPA).- The products of the Congolese Small and Medium Enterprises (SME), notably the fruit juices « Bilengi bio », the wine « tomela », the Coffee « la kinoise » and the products of the cobblers of the leather incubator are exposed to the agriculture show in Paris in France in view of a competitiveness on the international market.

« I came to see the evolution of the products of Congolese small and medium enterprises (SMEs), exposed at the stands of my institution, at the International Exhibition of Agriculture in Paris for the best competitiveness on the international market. These products are in particular, the fruit juices of the SME « Bilengi bio », the wine « tomela », the Coffee « la kinoise » and the products of the cobblers of the leather incubator », said Thursday, the Director General of the National Agency for the Development of Congolese Entrepreneurship (ANADEC), Ezéchiel Biduaya Musumba, who is in Paris on a working mission.

This mission, he said, is part of the materialization of the vision of the Head of State to have Congolese millionaires. « We also wanted to get acquainted with the evolution of our SMEs on the stands of the DRC at the International Agricultural Exhibition in Paris, in order to promote not only our different products manufactured by our entrepreneurs at the local level, but also for their competitiveness on the international market, » said Ezéchiel Biduaya.

He recalled that this participation of SMEs in the international agricultural exhibition in Paris is part of the strategies proposed by the National Program for the Development of Entrepreneurship in Congo (PRONADEC), consisting in finding outlets for Congolese entrepreneurs.

Finally, he encouraged the SMEs who made the trip to exhibit their products and promised the support of ANADEC to the said entrepreneurs in order to improve the quality and the presentation of their products, question to make them more competitive.

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