Ten African nations are participating in the 45th Brussels International Fair. The Fair, designed to?
GV EXTERIOR..Fair ground and symbol (2 shots)
GV & SV People looking at exhibit on Zaire stand (4 shots)
GV & SV People looking at Zaire air display (3 shots)
SV People at Niger stand
MV People looking at exhibits
MV Gabon delegate pointing out exhibition highlights
CU Carvings (2 shots)
SV Model of installation
SV Sign "Dahomey"
MV Exhibition delegates discussing proceeding with onlooker
CU Models of tribal dancers
SV PAN..refreshments being served at Ruanda stand
GV Central Africa Republic stand
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Background: Ten African nations are participating in the 45th Brussels International Fair. The Fair, designed to show African products to potential European markets, opened on May 2nd and will continue through May the 14th.
The participating nations are: Burundi, cameroun, the Central African Republic; Dahomey, Gabon, Mauritania, Niger, Ruanda, Senegal, and Zaire.
These countries are all members of the Association of african States and Madagascar, which is holding the Fair in conjunction with the European Economic Community (EEC).
The goods and products being displayed represent a number of quality exports from the member countries; coffee, cocoa, tea, tropical fruits, woods, cotton and textiles. The public is being invited to taste some of the produce.
The Associated states are also showing arts and crafts little known in Europe.
During the Fair, colour slides of tourist attractions of the members countries are being shown by the Association of African States to promote tourism.