Dr. Nevin Jameh, Minister of Trade and Industry, confirmed that this year’s Heritage exhibition will be held on an area of 20,000 square meters, all of which have been reserved with the participation of all the governorates of the Republic.
Jameh added, during a telephone interview with the media, Basma Wahba, presenter of the “90 Minutes” program, which is shown on Al-Mehwar channel: “The participants from the border and Upper Egypt governorates are fully hosted throughout the exhibition period. It will all fit.”
And the Minister of Commerce and Industry continued: “The participation of exhibitors in this exhibition opens a door to a livelihood for everyone, and everyone aims to achieve high sales rates, and we seek to double the exhibition’s sales this year,” noting that the exhibition will witness the holding of specialized workshops for the development of skills, arts and product industry amid expectations Visited by more than 5000 people daily.
She stressed that President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is constantly following up, supporting and holding the industrial sector accountable, as the Egyptian state aims to deepen the local product and reduce imports, pointing out that the Ministry of Finance supports the Ministry of Industry in order to provide incentives to support industry and producers, especially small ones.
She stressed that the Central Bank supports the ministry in supporting the industrial sector through financing packages through initiatives launched by banks in general, meaning that the Egyptian state operates within the framework of an integrated system.
She continued: “Since I had the honor of assuming the ministry, I am aiming to deepen the local industry and my goal is to produce a product that says Made in Egypt, and we have no objection to attracting any foreign investment to achieve this goal, and we are also working to increase Egyptian exports and open new markets in addition to existing markets, especially African markets