The Africa 4P Expo in Lagos, Nigeria is an important event for plastics, printing, packaging, and petrochemicals industries. It offers an ideal B2B platform for manufacturers, suppliers, entrepreneurs and industry professionals to showcase products, exchange ideas, and network with potential partners and customers from across Africa and the world. The event is essential for staying up-to-date on industry developments with diverse exhibits and informative seminars.
Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa by nominal GDP and the 27th largest in the world. The plastic, petrochemical, printing, and packaging industry in Africa is growing rapidly and is expected to become a major player in the global market. According to a report from Research and Markets, the Nigerian plastics, printing, packaging and petrochemicals market is estimated to reach a value of more than USD $600 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 14.1%.
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