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Hebron: We guide imports to protect our local product and reduce the demand for foreign exchange

2021-10-12T19:27:19.352Z

Damascus, SANA- Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade, Dr. Muhammad Samer Al-Khalil affirmed that we are rationalizing imports in order to



Damascus-SANA

The Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade, Dr. Muhammad Samer Al-Khalil affirmed that we are rationalizing imports to reduce the demand for foreign exchange, protect local production, encourage the investment of local resources with higher efficiency, and enable the ability to invest local resources with maximum efficiency.

Dr. Al-Khalil explained in an interview with the Syrian News today that everything that is luxury and locally produced is sufficiently dispensed with, and the Ministry of Economy is coordinating with all concerned ministries to provide data and information about any economic decision, stressing that there is almost complete self-sufficiency in the food and clothing industries. Medicines, cement, etc.

Minister Al-Khalil indicated that the government sponsors all productive sectors and provides them with the necessary support, pointing out that it still offers many advantages to micro, medium, or large projects.

Regarding his recent visit to Jordan and the UAE, Al-Khalil said, "We are optimistic, and our visit to Jordan was good and took place in a positive atmosphere, as there was a response from the Jordanian side, especially in the field of land transport," pointing out that it was agreed with the UAE side to form a Syrian-Emirati business council to develop economic cooperation. Between the two countries.

Al-Khalil stressed that Investment Law No. “18” constituted a qualitative leap towards a stimulating investment environment, simplified licensing procedures, and provided many incentives and facilities.

Source: sena

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