The government pays great attention to upgrading the vital
sector of textiles.
Qalyubia- Dec 30, 2021
Minister of Trade and Industry
Nevine Gamea and Governor of al-Qalyubia Abdel Hameed al-Haggan have taken part
in a symposium entitled “The Textile Industry: Promising Opportunities for Production
and Export,” held in Shubra al-Kheima, al-Qalyubia governorate.
Attendees included: Muhammad
Al-Murshidi, head of the Chamber of Textile Industries, Mohamed Al-Zallat; head
of the Industrial Development Authority, Abdel Raouf al-Ahmadi; head of the Industrial
Control Authority; Mohamed Abdel Karim, CEO of the Industrial Modernization
Center; and a host of Qalyubia deputies and representatives of investor
associations in the textile business from all over the country.
In her keynote speech, Gamea
announced that the Supreme Council for Textile Industries is currently being
restructured to comprise all the state bodies concerned with the textiles, to outline
a comprehensive vision to promote this vital sector.
“The government pays great attention
to upgrading the spinning and weaving industry, especially that Egypt possesses
great competitive advantages that qualify it to double its exports and access
more markets,” she noted.
The minister also expressed the government’s
keenness to legalize unlicensed factories and integrate the informal sector
into the national economy.