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Samson » November 1st, 2022

Baghdad fair kicks off after 3 years hiatus

1st November, 2022

Baghdad International Fair opened within its 46th session, on Tuesday, after a 3-year hiatus due to the Corona pandemic, with the participation of 12 countries, and more than 350 local and foreign companies.

Director of Media for the General Company for Iraqi Exhibitions at the Ministry of Trade, Zainab Nasser Hussein, said in an interview with Shafaq News Agency: “Under the slogan (the cradle of civilizations, progress and challenges to attract the world), the Baghdad International Fair was launched today with the participation of Germany, Iran, Japan, Jordan, India, Indonesia, Egypt, Pakistan, Palestine, Hungary, Italy and Spain

In addition to 363 companies, including 61 government companies, 110 local companies, 7 companies from the mixed sector, 83 companies within their countries participating in the exhibition, and 102 independent Arab and foreign companies.

She pointed out that “the exhibition will continue for up to 10 days,” noting that “the aim of the exhibition is to give a true picture of the extent of the economic and security developments that Iraq is witnessing, in addition to confirming Iraq’s ability to succeed in major economic activities that give it an opportunity to enter Arab international investments in economic projects.” big”.  LINK

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