Damascus, Prime Minister, Hussein Arnous, inaugurated the activities of “Made in Syria” exporting exhibition for textiles and clothes.
The exhibition is held at the Fairgrounds in Damascus and organized by the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Industry and Commerce in addition to the Syrian Exporters’ Association for clothing and textile, and it will last until the February 14th.
More than 360 companies specialized in textiles, cotton and clothes participate in the exhibition.
Prime Minister, in a statement to the journalists, pointed out to the efforts exerted by the government to support and develop this Industry.
He affirmed that the government stands by merchants and industrialists to help facilitate the export process, adding that the government wants internal market to be self-sufficient with exporting the surplus.
As for the industrialists whose works stopped due to terrorism, Arnous said that the government’s efforts did not stop providing the necessary support to the industrialists and they were allowed to obtain administrative licenses, and many obstacles were also overcome.
Arnous added that supporting industrial zones and cities is on the top of the list of government concerns that focus on backing Industrial and agricultural production.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency