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Egypt, Jordan, Iraq trade ministers agree to enhance cooperation
4 October 2020  -  Sector :  -  Entity :  -  Category : General

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The meeting agreed on targeting the four sectors of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, textiles and ceramics in the first phase of trilateral cooperation.

Cairo- Oct 4, 2020

The ministers of industry and trade of Egypt, Jordan and Iraq held a meeting today via video conference to follow up on the outcomes of the tripartite summit held in Amman last August between the leaders of the three countries.

Participants in the meeting included: Egyptian Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea, Jordanian Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply Tariq Al Hammouri and Iraqi Minister of Industry and Minerals Manhal Aziz Al-Khabbaz, in addition to a number of officials concerned from the three countries.

“The discussions stressed the importance of laying out plans to step up joint cooperation in all fields with the aim of achieving strategic integration,” Gamea said.

Among a raft of decisions taken during the meeting, the four sectors of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, textiles and ceramics will be targeted during the first phase of trilateral cooperation.

The three ministers also agreed that each country will draw up lists of companies and investors interested in building partnerships in these fields and will present them to the other countries within 10 days of the meeting.

 

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