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Hundreds of agreements and contracts are outcome of the “Made in Syria” export exhibition

February 16, 2021
finance & economy

The Made in Syria export exhibition specialized in clothing and production requirements, which concluded its activities on Sunday evening, resulted in reaching hundreds of agreements and memorandums of understanding plus signing contracts to export Syrian textile products of companies participating in the exhibition to foreign markets, especially the Iraqi market.

Eng. Fares Al-Shehabi, Chief of the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Industry, confirmed that the exhibition was very successful compared to the previous ones, whether in terms of the intensive attendance of industrialists or the qualitative presence of Arab businessmen who numbered about a thousand businessmen from several Arab countries. He pointed out that a large number of export contracts for locally produced goods to the markets of Arab countries were signed during the exhibition. This will have a positive impact on the level of support for the production process, producers and industrialists in general.

For his part, Muhammad Zizan, a member of the exhibition organizing committee underlined the need to continue supporting the industry in general, supporting its exhibitions, boosting exports by all possible means, and providing the appropriate mechanism for transferring export values to industrialists and assisting them with all available means.

The 'Made in Syria' exhibition was opened on the Fairground in Damascus on February 11th with the participation of more than 360 companies specialized in men's, women’s and boy's clothing, lingerie, socks, cotton clothes, fabrics and production requirements. Many shipping companies from different governorates also took part in the exhibition.