The Executive Director of the Federation of Industry, Ali Nasser, revealed that more than 550 joint industrial agreements were concluded during the 'Made in Libya' exhibition, which was held in Tunisia, pointing to the conclusion of partnership agreements between about 50 private investment and marketing institutions during the exhibition.
Nasser explained, at the closing symposium of the exhibition, that the agreements are for projects, some of which are confirmed and others under study, according to Tunisian Radio Mosaique reported on Sunday.
At the conclusion of its activities, the exhibition also referred 13 economic recommendations to the Libyan-Tunisian Joint Higher Committee, which will convene soon.
Among the most prominent recommendations are the inclusion of 'Made in Libya' in the periodic exhibitions organized annually, the exchange of information, experiences and technical assistance on specifications, standards and quality. They also recommended the completion of the border crossing points of Saleh and Al-Asa to facilitate the ease of travel and trade.
Over 150 Libyan institutions participated in the exhiibition which connected them with Tunisian businesses with the aim of exchanging experiences, benefiting from the Tunisian expertise in the field of economic institution support services, as well as to promote Tunisian and Libyan products.