Rice trade fair in Ambatondrazaka20/08/2010 | 16:55:42
Madagascar’s central eastern city of Ambatondrazaka, will hold a rice trade fair from August 24th to the 30th, as a first occasion to promote the sector and gather its major operators in order to address the various problems hindering its development.
In such a holiday period, the rice trade fair will equally serve as hobby to the local population and to the region’s natives willing to join the city.
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