By Stanley James, Business Editor
OVER 100 exhibitors are taking part at the Agricultural Dealers and Manufacturers Association (ADMA) Agricultural Show, which kicked off at the Borrowdale race course in Harare this Thursday.
The three day exhibition of agricultural implements and equipment has been described by participants as a platform for sealing strategic transactions on related agro-based equipment.
After being put on hold for the past two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Agri Show has attracted overwhelming response from the private sector.
With the agriculture mechanisation drive being a key thrust of the Second Republic, the three day showcase is expected to create a networking platform for the latest forms of agro- machinery.
Strides made by agricultural equipment manufacturing firms through joint ventures with foreign entities are also among the key highlights of this year’s exhibition.
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