"The market of West Europe is potentially huge for the trade of white pepper, eaglewood, and whiteleg shrimp," Deputy Governor of Bangka Belitung Abdul Fatah stated in here, Monday.
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Fatah remarked that the trade will boost the farmers’ prosperity.
The government had held a meeting with the Romanian Embassy and discussed the trading assessment since Fatah considered it to be beneficial to gain broader insights into the system of export in East Europe.
"Later, on September 20, the Romanian Embassy will hold a business forum in their country that Bangka Belitung will also attend," Fatah stated.
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