Everything from sugar to canned fish made in Indonesia is selling well in Africa

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Published Jan 21, 2022

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Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia - The Indonesian Trade Promotion Center (ITPC) Lagos in Nigeria claims that many Indonesian products are in demand in the African market. This can be seen from the first business matching in 2022. A total of 19 buyers attended, they came from countries in the West African region, namely 12 Cameroon buyers, 2 Ghana buyers, 4 Nigeria buyers, and 1 Togo buyer.

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Ghanaian buyers are interested, among others, in canned tomatoes, cooking oil, sugar, and canned fish. Meanwhile, Cameroonian buyers are interested in organic fertilizer and NPK products. Meanwhile, Nigerian buyers are interested in processed spices and canned fish. "Indonesian agricultural products are in great demand by business people in West Africa. These products can be supplied by PT PPI because this company has the advantage of product diversification that has the potential to be in four countries in West Africa," explained Head of ITPC Lagos, Hendro Jonathan in an official statement, Thursday (20/20). /1/22). 12 written requests for PT PPI were recorded for inquiries and requests for cooperation. "Buyers Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, and Cameroon want Indonesian agricultural processed products and are ready to make trade contacts with Indonesian companies," he said. The Indonesian Honorary Consul in Ghana, Pascal Rois, said that the buyers who were present here wanted to introduce ...
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