Goeic holds its first training courses for exporters to support the $100 billion exports initiative

Publish Date 18/01/2022 12:20 PM
Last Update 01/02/2022 11:17 AM

GOEIC held a two –days workshop in cooperation with the Export Council for Spinning, Textiles and Home Furnishings for a number of exporters as part of its plan to provide free workshops for exporters in the context of the government’s endeavor to increase Egyptian non-petroleum exports to reach 100 billion dollars. 

The workshop aimed to identify the certificates of origin, its issuance, all the required documents, and how to register at Saber platform for export to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This cooperation between Goeic and the Export Council of Spinning, Textiles and Home Furnishings comes within the framework of the keenness to maintain a constant communication with the business community through informing them with the latest services provided by Goeic and facilitating trade movement, in a way that contributes to opening new export markets to Egyptian products and as supportive steps to achieve the state’s plan as per raising the Egyptian exports to $100 billion annually. 

The Egyptian government, through the Ministry of Trade and Industry, is seeking during the coming period to intensify its support for the export sector by supporting exporters and providing the necessary tools, in coordination with export councils, to bring merchandise exports to $100 billion.It is worth saying that the General Organization for Export and Import Control represents a major axis within the strategy of the Ministry of Trade and Industry  that aims to promote and develop the foreign trade and achieve the objectives of the Egyptian state plan to reach the value of exports to 100 billion dollars annually, especially in light of GOEIC’s possession of a large number of competencies and young cadres that can be benefited from in upgrading the services system and accelerating the implementation of procedures, in line with the requirements of the digital transformation adopted by the state.

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