"Made in Syria" Exhibition in Baghdad Extends its Activities

 Baghdad,(ST) - The head of the Syrian Exporters Federation (SEF), Mohamed Al-Sawah, announced the extension of the "Made in Syria" exhibition in Baghdad due to the heavy demand from Iraqi citizens and merchants.

 Mr. al Sawah said in a statement on Friday that the Syrian industrial companies participating in the exhibition, which number about 200 companies began shipping additional goods from Syria to the land of the exhibition due to the increased demand for purchase of Syrian products by visitors.

FAO Food Price Index declines in November amid cereals boom

Rome - Global food prices declined marginally in November, as lower dairy prices offset a sharp increase in sugar and vegetable oil quotations, according to the latest FAO Food Price Index issued today.

The index averaged 175.8 points in November, down 0.5 percent from the previous month while still up 2.3 percent from a year earlier.

Russia's Key Role in Syria Reconstruction Stressed

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Prime Minister Imad Khamis and the visiting Russian government and economic delegation led by Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin discussed economic cooperation and Russia's key role in the reconstruction era in Syria.

"Syria is pressing ahead with fighting terrorism until the entire Syrian territory is cleaned of terrorists and with launching production and creating suitable environment to attract investments which would refresh the national economy," said the premier, adding that "Syria is advancing steadily towards the last chapter of the terrorist war thanks to the victories of the hero Syrian army and its allies and supporting forces on terrorists."

Huge Turnout at “Made in Syria” Exhibition in Baghdad on Its Fourth Day

BAGHDAD- “Made in Syria” exhibition, being held in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad witnessed large turnout on its fourth day.

According to SANA. Iraq’s Trade Minister Salman al-Jamili and a number of officials visited the exhibition and toured its pavilions with Head of the Syrian Exporters Federation Mohammad al-Sawah who hailed the efforts exerted to open the exhibition and meet the needs of the Iraqi market.

The 20-day exhibition encourages direct-to-consumer selling, held on Baghdad International Fair with the participation of 200 companies specialized in engineering, health, food and textile industries.

"Made in Syria" Expo. in Baghdad Introduces Different Key Syrian Industries

BAGHDAD, (ST)- Activities of the "Made in Syria" exhibition kicked off on Saturday in the Iraqi capital Baghdad with the participation of 193 Syrian companies specialized in the fields of engineering, health, food and textile.

The exhibition is expected to witness huge turnout of visitors, said Head of the Syrian Exporters Union Mohammad al-Sawwah, adding that 500 tonnes of goods were shipped to Iraq to take part in the exhibition which will last for 20 days.