The Minister of Economy and Trade in the interim Government of National Unity, Muhammad Al-Hwaij, discussed investment opportunities in the southern region, in addition to reviewing the problems and difficulties facing business owners and projects in the region.
This came in an expanded meeting organized by the Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatization Affairs on Wednesday, in the presence of Government of National Unity Deputy Prime Minister Ramadan Abu Janah, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatization Affairs Jamal Al-Nuwaisri, directors of commercial banks and a number of businessmen and investors.
Al-Hwaij indicated that the meeting comes within the framework of completing the investment roadmap within the ministry, searching for sources of funding for the targeted projects, working on implementing and activating free zones, activating transit trade and stimulating the private sector in the southern region.
The participants raised a number of problems facing business owners and projects in the region and ways to solve them, as well as reviewing a number of investment projects in the sectors of industry, tourism and trade.
The meeting was attended by the Director General of the National Program for Small and Medium Enterprises and the head of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture in Sebha, and a number of businessmen and investment project owners in the southern region.