The doors of the capital of Libya, Tripoli opened to the second edition of the “Made in Algeria” at the Tripoli International Fairgrounds which began on Wednesday 8 February to end on 11 March.


The exhibition, held under the management of Libya’s Ministry of Economy and Trade, participated in 55 Algerian economic entities and the Misrata Free Zone as a strategic partner.


The Algerian companies that showcased their products specialized in food processing, construction, medical materials, electrical, and industrial equipment.


Many dignitaries attended the inauguration of the exhibition including the Undersecretary of the Libyan Ministry of Economy and Trade for Free Zones Affairs, Nuri Gatati, the Libyan Undersecretary for Commercial Affairs, Saad Al-Haneish, and several owners of economic institutions participating in the exhibition.


The Chairman of Tripoli’s Chamber of Commerce, Anwar Abu Sitta, highlighted the exhibition’s importance on the grounds of the Tripoli International Fair, as it signifies the exchange and cooperation between the two neighboring countries.


Anwar said that they have great economic prospects that can be used for the benefit of both parties, which will in turn contribute to diverse sources of income and the creation of job opportunities.


He said that the exhibition by Algerian economic entities in Libya displays the remarkable stability Libya has recently witnessed and also indicates the increasing economic growth and the return of activity to many projects to which Algerian companies can contribute.


He further explained that if activities resume at the Debdeb-Ghadames border crossing, there will be an increased volume of trade exchange between both countries.

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