2nd Congo International Mining Conference & Exhibition

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Event date
22-24 April 2015
Event location
Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
Event URL
Contact name
Patrick Juma
Contact email and tel
[email protected]
T +44 207 700 4949
Organiser name and URL
AME TRADE Ltd – Africa and Middle East Trade Ltd


CIEMC-II, 2nd Congo International Mining Conference and Exhibition will take place from 22nd -24th April 2015 at the Palais des Congrès, Brazzaville. The event is organised by the Ministry of Mines & Geology, Republic of Congo, in association with AME Trade Ltd.

CIEMC-II will build on the the success of the 1st edition which featured over 500 participants, 41 exhibitors and 15 sponsors, CIE MC-II will once again be placed under the Very High Patronage of His Excellency Denis Sassou N’Guesso, President of the Republic, Head of State, and will be a three day exhibition and two day conference.

The theme chosen this year is “Congolese Economic Growth: Outlook for an Integrated and Sustainable Development in the Mining Industry”.


·         Learn how the Congolese mining sector can become an engine of economic development for an emerging country by 2025

·         Gain insight into key Congolese mining and infrastructure projects

·         Meet all the key players in the mining industry and the Congolese government representatives

·         Improve your knowledge of the Congolese mining industry thanks to the discussions and debates at the conference

·         Forge partnerships with a pre-targeted audience at the different

CIEMC-II social functions


For more information please visit www.ciemcongo.com


1 thought on “2nd Congo International Mining Conference & Exhibition”

  1. My dad is planning to invest in the mining industry because it looks promising. It was explained here that there is various mining industry exhibition that is organized. Furthermore, it’s recommended to go to trusted businesses when planning to go to a mining industry exhibition.

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