The ongoing 2018 Lagos International Trade Fair has been characterised by some exhibitors, making positive comments about the fair.

Visitors, business men and women, international exhibitors said in Lagos on Saturday, that they envisaged hitch-free trading sessions just like the previous years.

One of the exhibitors Tatyana Buchak, a Ukaranian manufacturer said, Nigeria is a good place to do business, considering its population of about 180 million people.

Tatyana, the manufacture of “My Coffee” said, she has been in the country for close to 10 years said she look forward to connecting more business inclined persons for the furtherance of her business.

Speaking further, she said, “I am looking forward to meeting many business-inclined persons from different countries so as to expand my business’; and I know this is the best avenue for that’’ .

The annual trade fair, organised by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is in its 32nd year and reputed to be the largest international trade fair in Nigeria.

About 200 foreign exhibitors from 16 countries are participating at this year’s fair, which has an average of 2000 exhibitors and over 500,000 expected visitors.

The countries represented at the fair include: China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Ghana, Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan, Turkey, Cameroon, Kenya and Singapore.

Other countries are: Jamaica, Republic of Benin, South Africa and the European Union.