The interventions of members of the Aleppo Chamber of Industry during the annual general assembly meeting today focused on calling for the issuance of laws to solve the problems of bad loans, consumer spending, and areas affected by terrorism, and to activate real industrial lending in order to rehabilitate industrial facilities and increase production.
The members demanded the necessity of relying on alternative energies to generate electricity using the sun and wind and the issuance of a new investment law that contributes to the resettlement of immigrant industries and the investment of the production capacity of mills in exports, reducing the prices of cotton yarn, allowing the import of raw materials used in the manufacture of cardboard and cardboard, securing the materials needed for the manufacture of plastic and noting price differences. Making soap.
Ziad Subhi Sabbagh, Minister of Industry, talked about the governmental efforts exerted to advance the industrial sector and develop it for the better by working to secure energy carriers and oil products in order to ensure the continuation of the production wheel, noting the importance of Aleppo Industrial and its role in supporting the national economy, especially during the next stage by achieving partnership between the two sectors. Public and private cooperation to increase production and face the conditions of the external blockade imposed on Syria.
And the Minister of Industry indicated that all the proposals and demands of the industrialists will be the focus of attention of the government team to work to overcome them and secure the necessary solutions for them by issuing appropriate economic decisions.
Faris Al-Shihabi, head of the Aleppo Chamber of Industry, called for real partnership with the government team to contribute to the economic decision-making, as the industry is the backbone for formulating economic decisions, noting the need to provide support for exports and the creation of financing banks for the industry of alternative energies and the creation of a public commission to rehabilitate industrial areas affected by terrorism and maintain stability. Product prices, especially the food industry.
The meeting was attended by Samir Jaafar, a member of the competent executive office of the Aleppo Governorate Council, and a number of directors of relevant institutions and official departments.