“Made in Iraq” exhibition in its fourth session was launched in Baghdad on Sunday; under the patronage of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals. It was also attended by dignitaries, government officials, parliamentarians, and a number of ambassadors of diplomatic missions.
Saleh Al-Jabouri, Minister of and Minerals said to Ina: “The purpose of this exhibition is to introduce the Iraqi product at the presence of ambassadors, and to forge partnerships with major international companies. The Iraqi industry today is in need of governmental and parliamentary support; to push it back to compete with foreign products”.
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