Egyptian Prime Minister opens Destination Africa exhibition
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail will inaugurate Destination Africa on Saturday with the participation of 75 companies from garment, yarn, textiles and home furnishings exporters from Egypt and African countries such as Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Mauritius, Uganda and Ghana.

The International Labor Organization (ILO) in Cairo will launch the second session of Destination Africa, the International Buyers and Conference of Textile Manufacturers of Africa, on Sunday at a Cairo hotel.

"The Africa Africa Summit is due to be discussed on Sunday under the auspices of Minister of Trade and Industry Tariq Qabeel, the development of the textile industry in Africa, how to develop integrated supply chains and meet Africa's needs for buyers," said Peter van Guei, director of the ILO office in Cairo.

In addition to Africa as a promising investment center for textiles, it aims to support investment projects and sustainable development in textile industries in Africa and Egypt, in addition to enabling Egyptian exports In the strong competition and the strengthening of Egypt as a regional center for international trade and an important gateway for access to African markets.

Destination Africa will be attended by leading global brands, international retail chains and international buyers from the United States, Europe, Asia and the Arab States, representatives of international organizations overseeing the revision of international labor standards, selected representatives of international development partners, the Egyptian government and export councils for the textile and media industries International, regional and local levels.

Destination Africa is being held in cooperation with the Exporting Councils for Readymade Garments, Spinning and Weaving, Home Furnishings, Egyptian Exporters Association and the General Authority for Exhibitions and Conferences.

The first session of the event was held on November 11-12, 2016 in Cairo with 77 factories from 11 African countries, offering their products to 127 international buyers from major US and European Union companies.

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