Expo Milano 2015



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Theme Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life | Read More

The Expo is a Universal Exposition that is non-commercial (and is therefore not a trade fair). It is organized by a competing country that wins the bid to host it and involves the participation of other nations invited through its diplomatic channels. The first Expo was held in London in 1851, and its success prompted other countries to organize similar events such as the Paris Expo in 1889, for which the famous Eiffel Tower was built. Each Expo is dedicated to a topic of universal interest. The Expo takes place on a purpose-built site and is an opportunity for participants and visitors to meet and share in a unique experience, as they get to know and experiment with an innovative theme. The role of a Universal Exposition, besides showcasing the most promising new technologies, also looks to interpret the collective challenges that Mankind is facing. The international body that regulates the frequency, quality and performance of the expositions, Le Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), was founded under an international convention, signed in Paris in 1928. Currently over 160 countries are members of the BIE.

When 01 May 2015 to 31 October 2015. Daily, 10 am-11 pm.

Where Belvedere in cittą, Rho Fiera, Milan, Italy. How to get there

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Delegation The Sri Lanka Italy Business council is planning a delegation to the Expo, coinciding with a business matching event, in September 2015. Sri Lanka day will be celebrated on Friday, 18th September 2015. Details pdf

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Subthemes 1) Science and technology for food safety, security and quality, 2) Science and technology for agriculture and biodiversity, 3) Innovation in the agro-food supply chain, 4) Dietary education, Food for better lifestyles,  5) Food and culture, Cooperation and development on food

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