An International Exhibition for Build, Construction & Machinery.
23 – 24 June 2016
New Government Complex Conference Centre
Construction Machinery & Hand Tools, Hardware, Curtain Wall & Door Systems, Accessories, Shutters, Blinds, Shades, Window Systems & Accessories, Profiles, Paint-Varnish, Roof Coverings, Heat, Water, Sound, Fire Proofing, Heating – Air Conditioning and Cooling, Electricity & Lighting, Indoor Furnishing & Equipment
Architects, Construction Professionals, Consultants, Contractors & Subcontractors, Distributors & Retailers, Engineers, Estate Managers, Facility Managers, Governmental Officials, Importers, Investors, Interior Designers, Manufacturers, Procurement Managers, Project Developers, Project Owners, Technicians
Zambia has had a long period of political stability. With strong growth in the last decade the country has reached lower middle income status. Investor confidence has been high as evidenced in the successful issue of two Euro bonds.
Zambia has had a decade of rapid economic growth. A combination of prudent macroeconomic management, market liberalization policies, and steep increase in copper prices helped drive investments in the copper industry and related infrastructure to achieve an average annual growth of about 6.4% during the last decade. Though the economy is dependent on copper, the agriculture sector is the major employer (70% of the population). However, the sector’s potential to contribute to the country’s development remains largely underexploited.
Official Name: Republic of Zambia
Currency: Zambian Kwacha (ZMK)
POPULATION: 13 million (2010 census).
Language: : English (official), about 70 local languages and dialects
- 752,614 km²