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36 Egyptian companies participate in the 14th Egyptian Products Exhibition in Amman

The activities of the 14th edition of the Egyptian Products Exhibition in Jordan, which will be held in the capital, Amman, from 23 September to 2 October, started with the participation of 36 Egyptian companies in the sectors of engineering, chemical, food and metal industries, leather products, handicrafts and home furniture, in addition to a number of products from the medium-sized enterprises sector. The small and the micro.

The exhibition is organized by the Egyptian General Authority for Exhibitions and Conferences and is held on an area of ​​3,500 meters and includes the products of 36 companies spread over 16 diverse pavilions.


The inauguration was attended by Ambassador Sherif Kamel, Egypt's ambassador to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Hatem Al-Ashry, advisor to the Minister of Trade and Industry for Institutional Communication, Muhammad Al-Maghraby, commercial advisor at the Arab Mashreq Administration at the Commercial Representation Authority, and Mona Abboud, head of the Egyptian Commercial Office in Amman.


The minister said that the Egyptian state is keen to strengthen economic relations between Egypt and Jordan and raise them to distinct levels, especially in the fields of trade, industry, investment and transport, noting the importance of activating joint work between the two governments to establish concrete cooperation projects that contribute to increasing economic growth rates in the two countries and achieving the interests of the two brotherly peoples. .


Jameh explained that the Egyptian Products Exhibition in Jordan represents one of the successful exhibitions that is gaining a special place among Egyptian producers, especially since it is being held in the sister country of Jordan, pointing to the keenness of the Ministry of Trade and Industry to support the bonds of cooperation between Egypt and Jordan and the trend towards supporting joint projects between the private sector and raising the rates of integration. Economic and trade exchange between Egypt and Jordan.


The minister added that the exhibition is accepted by Egyptian companies wishing to open up to the Jordanian market as it is a promising market and a strong window on the neighboring markets, which include the Iraqi, Palestinian and Syrian market. Both sides, noting that the exhibition is very popular with the Jordanian consumer, especially because the products enjoy a good reputation and great popularity in the Jordanian market.


Jameh thanked the serious and eager Egyptian companies to participate in this important exhibition to shed light on the latest progress of the Egyptian industry in various sectors, as well as the Jordanian authorities that contributed to providing the necessary support for the exhibition.


For her part, the Jordanian Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply Maha Al-Ali affirmed the Kingdom’s keenness to develop and develop Egyptian-Jordanian relations in various fields and at all levels, pointing to the importance of working to increase the rates of intra-trade and joint investments between Egypt and Jordan to distinct levels that serve the interest of the peoples of the two countries and the Egyptian and Jordanian economies. Both.


Al-Ali praised the distinguished organization of the exhibition and the quality of the Egyptian products offered, which enjoy great acceptance and popularity in the Jordanian market. She also praised the intensive precautionary measures to secure both exhibitors and visitors with a distinguished medical and preventive level.


 The two ministers visited the two clothing design centers of the Jordan Foundation for the Development of Economic Enterprises, as part of exploring opportunities for cooperation between the Foundation and the Small Enterprises Authority in Egypt.


In turn, Mai Assal, head of the Egyptian General Organization for Exhibitions and Conferences, said that the exhibition reflects the depth of the Egyptian-Jordanian bilateral relations and has distinguished economic weight at the level of the Arab and international region, noting that the exhibition represents a window to increase the rates of intra-trade between Egypt and Jordan during the next stage.