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Businessmen evince interest in Brazilian cosmetic cos
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Aug '08
The Damascus International Fair, an annual event which concluded recently on August 22, witnessed the participation of a large number of companies from across the world.

According to the information furnished by the foreign trade coordinator of the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, Brazilian cosmetics at the fair were among the most sought-after products among Syrian businessmen who wished to enter into a partnership for obtaining rights for manufacturing in Syria.

Alhamwi International was one of the many companies that expressed its desire to partner with Brazilian Cosmetics Company and to import raw material and manufacture the products on Arab grounds.

Products of Nunaat, a Brazilian Company owned by group M Cassab, were particularly in demand since its product range such as shampoos, conditioners and hair masks which are formulated with typical Brazilian raw materials like cupuassu, buriti, assai, Brazil nut, guarana and Brazilian cherry, are already exported to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Egypt.

MZ Cosma, another company interested in contracting partnership with Brazil, is already a maker of cosmetics and wants to diversify its products. Businessmen from Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Iraq also took active participation in the fair.


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