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Lana reporter: "Made in Algeria Exhibition " witnesses’ great turnout of investors and businessmen.

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Tripoli, 7 June, 2022 (Lana) - Activities of "Made in Algeria Exhibition " were launched, Monday, under the patronage and organization of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, Tripoli, in cooperation with the commercial attaché at the Algeria embassy in Libya.

The Libyan News Agency correspondent stated that the opening ceremony of the exhibition was attended by Head of Government of National Unity, "Abdel Hamid Al -Dabiba", the Minister of Economy and Trade Mohamed Al -Huwaij, the head of the General Union of Trade and Industry Chambers "Mohamed Al -Ra’id", the Algerian Ambassador Suleiman Shane and a number of businessmen and interested people in this matter.

Lana reporter said that the exhibition witnessed the participation of more than (56) companies in various industries and products that included companies specialized in supplying poultry and meat, gas manufacturers and plastic packages, in addition to the participation of a large number of factories, including a textile factory and a cosmetic products manufacturer, Printing, publishing and distribution companies, companies specialized in the production and marketing of sweets and other food products.

Many companies specialized in the manufacture of ceramic and auto oils also participate in the exhibition, in addition to companies specialized in the fields of construction, irrigation and electrical appliances. A large number of officials of a number of companies participating in the exhibition stated in statements to the Libyan News Agency that the exhibition will contribute to establishing effective partnerships between the two brotherly countries. This exhibition will also contribute to creating active commercial markets in the African continent and making Libya an economic and commercial gateway to many products. It is noteworthy that the activities of the exhibition held in Tripoli will continue until June 9 this month.