The Ministry of Industry and Commerce Announcement Regarding the Expo 2020, Dubai

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Sun, Jul 18 2021 8:05 AM
The Ministry of Industry and Commerce Announcement Regarding the Expo 2020, Dubai

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce, to encourage and increase exports, in six priority sectors in the national export strategy such as (fresh fruits, dried fruits, vegetables, saffron and medicinal plants, carpets, marble and granite, handicrafts and jewelry, and other sectors), has paved the opportunity to the interested companies to participate in Expo 2020 Dubai, which is scheduled to happen in October in Dubai, UAE, for a period of six months from Oct 1, 2021 – Mar 30, 2022.

Interested and qualified companies can apply; (selection conditions in the attachment) by submitting documents such as; copy of the license, copy of passport, contact number, e-mail address, and also completing the form (attachment of this letter) until July 21, 2021, for further processing the documents.

Interested parties can use the following e-mail address and WhatsApp number to send soft documents and photos:

WhatsApp number: 077238558

Email: EXDevelop.DIR@moci.gov.af

 

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