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    57 thousand factories stopped in Iraq .. Baghdad invites Syrian businessmen

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    Post by Rocky Thu 17 Jun 2021, 8:02 am

    57 thousand factories stopped in Iraq .. Baghdad invites Syrian businessmen
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    Syrian Minister of Industry Ziad Subhi Sabbagh and his Iraqi counterpart Manhal Aziz Khabbaz discussed ways to improve economic and industrial relations and establish partnerships to advance the industrial sector in Syria and Iraq.
    During a meeting with the Iraqi minister and the accompanying delegation in Damascus yesterday, Wednesday, Minister Sabbagh stressed the need to develop industrial cooperation, especially that the industrial sector in the two countries was systematically destroyed.
    Minister Sabbagh called on his Iraqi counterpart to work with the ministries and concerned authorities in Iraq to overcome the difficulties facing the export of Syrian products and their flow in the Iraqi markets related to high customs duties, entry of Syrian trucks and their drivers, registration of Syrian pharmaceutical laboratories in Iraq and facilitating the entry of their products.
    For his part, the Iraqi Minister of Industry considered that the visit comes with the aim of finding consensus formulas for all the issues raised, proceeding with a joint industry, expanding trade exchange between the two countries, and finding a working mechanism so that there is real integration between Syria and Iraq and the settlement of a real industry in the two countries.
    The Iraqi minister indicated that because of the war, most of the factories in Iraq, especially pharmaceutical and textiles such as paper, veterinary and chemical medicines, stopped, calling on Syrian businessmen and industrialists to work on establishing partnerships with their Iraqi counterparts and benefiting from the Syrian experiences in the fields of manufacturing and training cadres for the renaissance of the Iraqi industrial sector and the establishment of joint factories. In light of the availability of raw materials available in Iraq, in addition to the development of some industries, such as the manufacture of appliances, electrical equipment and cement, which enables us to establish industrial integration in many areas.

    For his part, the head of the Iraqi Federation of Industries, Adel Akab Al-Hussein, said: "We have 57,000 factories in Iraq, most of them are discontinued, and we need Syrian expertise to restart them, and we are ready to provide all the necessary facilities," noting that there are many incentives to invest in the Iraqi industrial cities.
    The two delegations agreed to form workshops and specialized committees from both sides in each field in order to reach fruitful results during the days of the visit.
    The visit of the Iraqi Minister of Industry and the accompanying delegation continues for several days, including meetings with ministers and chambers of industry in Damascus and Aleppo, and visits to public and private industrial facilities in Damascus and its countryside, Homs and Aleppo, and concludes with the signing of the minutes of the joint meeting by the ministers of industry in the two countries.

    Source: Sana
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