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Oct 14 2012 18:41 Sapa
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Johannesburg - A delegation of officials and businesspeople from South Africa arrived in Zimbabwe on Sunday to begin a trade and investment conference, the department of trade and industry said.

The delegation is being led by deputy minister of trade and industry Elizabeth Thabethe for the fourth annual Investment and Trade Initiative (ITI), the department said in a statement.

The South African exhibition officially opens on Monday and will feature businesspeople displaying their wares and services.

The ITI is part of the department's export and investment promotion strategy that focuses on high-growth markets with the intent of creating opportunities for South African businesses.

The business delegation will include companies from sectors such as construction, manufacturing, agriculture and processing, mining, and information technology.

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