Trade sets on Sunday as the date for the start of the activities of the Baghdad International Fair
Written by QS Date: 10/28/2015 12:12
Baghdad – INA / The Ministry of Commerce, next Sunday; the date for the opening of the session 42 to the Baghdad International Fair with the participation of 23 countries and dozens of local, Arab and foreign companies.
The transfer of a statement received “the Iraqi News Agency,” a copy of it, by the Minister of Trade and agency Mohamed Xiaa Sudanese say, that “Angels General Company for Trade and Iraqi services completed all technical and administrative procedures for receiving countries and companies to participate as well as rehabilitation and the creation of the corridors of the show to receive this important economic forum, which confirms Iraq’s ability to interact and share experiences with the Arab and international expertise.”
Sudanese He added, “The new edition of Baghdad International will be distinguished by the participation of more than 23 countries as well as possess significant economies of a number of joint stock companies in its activities, which will showcase the industrial and global products and technological private reconstruction and investment projects as well as projects relating to infrastructure and the agricultural sector.
“The Minister of trade agency; that” the exhibition will witness many meetings, conferences and seminars, and days of each country while there is a busy program for the exchange of experiences between the Iraqi and international private sector in order to increase experience and interaction in the establishment of projects, economic and industrial joint in.
“He stressed the Sudanese” the importance of the presence of the Iraqi masses to Fayat exhibition to be a pillar of another success added to his successes and to be eloquent lesson of the terrorist gangs, each with predators in our country that Baghdad still is the mother of the world and which is the starting point of convergence for all the honorable and the Liberals in the world.” Link