“Made in Iraq” activities kicked off at Baghdad International Fair … encouraging investment and supporting the national economy

01/2021/18 14:00

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Section : Iraq

Baghdad / Obelisk: The Ministry of Trade announced, on Monday, January 18, 2021, the launch of the activities of the “Made in Iraq” exhibition on the grounds of the Baghdad International Fair under the patronage of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

Trade Minister Alaa Al-Jubouri said in a statement received by Al-Masalla, that the exhibition enjoys governmental interest and support as it is an economic phenomenon and an important opportunity to reflect the scale of the effort made by the Ministry of Industry and its continuous endeavor to develop Iraqi industry and restore confidence in national production.     

He added that the exhibition represents an important and appropriate point for all private and mixed sector companies, the public sector and national industries companies within the framework of the general goal of building the new Iraq, encouraging investment and commercial activity, supporting the national economy and increasing exports.

He indicated that it provides an appropriate opportunity to select a number of national products for display in international exhibitions outside the country, as well as being a factor for promoting the capabilities and products of specialized companies in various industrial sectors.

He continued: It is considered an opportunity to expand the establishment of commercial relations as it is suitable for promotion, marketing and advertising, attracting investments and establishing partnerships with the private sector, allowing these companies to display their locally manufactured products as an alternative to imported products to cover a large part of the needs and requirements of the Iraqi market.    



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