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Egypt:  The Egypt Government’s policy of developing 10 industrial areas allotted to textile and clothing manufacture gets an impetus by…

By gta_admin , in International News , at December 6, 2016 Tags: , ,

Egypt:  The Egypt Government’s policy of developing 10 industrial areas allotted to textile and clothing manufacture gets an impetus by the announcement made by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr. Tarek Kabil.

Egypt:  The Egypt Government’s policy of developing 10 industrial areas allotted to textile and clothing manufacture gets an impetus by the announcement made by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr. Tarek Kabil.

According to the announcement, the Ministry of Trade and Industry will provide 1m sqm of land for textile and clothing industries in Badr City in December as part of the government’s plan. The development of the industrial areas will take place within a time period of 5 years.

Mr. Kabil said that Egypt has a competitive advantage in this field, and the government plans on increasing its competitive abilities in this industry.

The minister added that the government aims to increase the value of textile and clothing exports to $6bn, and to create 1m jobs, adding that it is the second largest industry in Egypt. He added that the textile and clothing industry accounts for 30% of the total industrial production in Egypt; 16% of all its industrial exports; and 30% of all industrial employment with nearly 1.2 million people employed by 7,000 companies with investments totalling $5bn.

Kabil also added that the industry provides clothes and textiles to 70 million people, and that the ministry cares about implementing the agreements made in September between the Supreme Council for Textiles and the prime minister.

 

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