Saudi Exports Development Authority Organizes Work of Saudi Commercial Mission to Morocco

Tuesday 1444/3/8 - 2022/10/04
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Riyadh, October 4, 2022, SPA -- The Saudi Exports Development Authority has organized a commercial mission to Morocco under the identity of the "Saudi Made", in conjunction with the Moroccan-Saudi Economic Forum that is organized by the Federation of Saudi Chambers in cooperation with the General Authority for Foreign Trade between October 3 and 5 in Casablanca.
The Saudi Exports, through organizing this mission, targets several sectors, such as constructions, food, medical sector and car spare parts, where the event saw the participation of some 20 Saudi companies and more than 200 companies importing from Morocco, as part of the authority's strategy to expand the spread base of Saudi products, enhance regional presence, identify and promote international commercial opportunities and connect exporters with buyers as part of the positive indicators and the increase of commercial movement between Riyadh and Rabat and in implementation of directives of the wise leadership to support and develop relations between the two kingdoms, instill brotherly and historical ties and contribute to increasing the commercial exchange volume.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's non-oil exports to Morocco over the past five years (2016-2021) reached SAR9.17 billion, where such missions are considered an important opportunity to discuss challenges facing exporters and importers and means to overcome them in cooperation with relevant government institutions in the two countries in a way that contributes to realizing the targets of Saudi Vision 2030 to increase the percentage of Saudi non-oil exports to at least 50 per cent of the non-oil GDP by 2030.
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