“Made in Syria” monthly Shopping Festival a chance to promote Syrian goods, reactivate socio-economic life

Holding important economic activities is a key opportunity to support the Syrian national economy and to stress that the Syrian industry is recovering despite the coercive economic blockade imposed on the Syrian people. Such activities also reactivate the social and economic life in the country and promote Syrian goods.

The monthly shopping festival “Made in Syria kicked off recently in the city of Jableh in Lattakia’s countryside with the participation of 100 national companies from several provinces and different sectors. The economic festival’s 98th session is held by Damascus and its countryside chamber of commerce.

 Tamim Darra, chairman of the festival’s organizing committee highlighted in a statement to SANA the importance of this festival in terms of item and products and of allowing direct communication between producers and consumers.

He pointed out that the festival, which will last till the eighth of this month, offers discounts on many products within the framework of competitiveness with local markets.

On their part, a number of participating companies stressed that the festival is a chance for families to buy their basic needs, especially at a discount value rate of 50% which enables low-income citizens to buy what they need at a suitable price.

They expressed keenness on constant participation in different economic activities which come within the framework of the government’s positive interference to support the citizens.

It is noteworthy to say that the festival exhibits a variety of local industries and hand-made products including food, cosmetics, stationery, plastic products, detergents, perfumes and textiles.

Rawaa Ghanam