The exhibition "Made in Syria" for direct sale in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, is witnessing an increasing popularity and remarkable interest from merchants and visitors.
The exhibition's food, textile, chemical, cosmetic and electrical pavilions achieved an increase in sales due to the unprecedented influx of Iraqi families to them in order to acquire what they need.
In statements to SANA's reporter in Baghdad, Syrian and Iraqi merchants confirmed that the Iraqi popular interest in the exhibition is a clear indication of the quality of Syrian goods.
Alaa Al-Nouri, a member of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce, said that the exhibition includes four important sectors, textile, food, chemical and engineering, with the participation of 100 Syrian institutions, represented by 170 traders and industrialists, in addition to an administrative staff from the Exporters Union, and it represents the first event of its kind after the spread of the Corona pandemic that swept the world.
Al-Nouri explained that the graph of the exhibition movement in general is very good, as we noticed a clear interest by the Iraqi consumer audience in the Syrian product because of its importance, quality, accuracy and credibility known and tangible previously to the Iraqi consumer and Iraqi markets, in addition to the fact that the merchant is looking for shortcuts in the completion of contracts and deals, including The speed of arrival of goods, and this is one of the most important characteristics of the growth and escalation of the trade movement between the two brotherly countries, Syria and Iraq.
For his part, the Syrian industrialist Louay Al-Hakkak said that the Syrians in general are the first in the food and non-food industries, and they are always ahead of exhibitions and all commercial matters regardless of the conditions that Syria is going through.
In turn, the Iraqi merchant Nasser Ghaleb confirmed that the exhibition "Made in Syria" is diverse and comprehensive for all sectors to meet the needs of the Iraqi market, pointing out that Iraqi merchants have concluded many large contracts regarding the import of textile and food materials and most other products.
And launched in Baghdad last Sunday, the activities of the exhibition "Made in Syria" for direct sale organized by the regional office of the Federation of Arab Exporters and Importers Regional in Syria and the Association of Syrian Exporters of Garments and Textiles in cooperation with the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Industry and Commerce.