Al-Shalal Commercial Complex opened in Sana'a

Publish January 3, 2022
finance & economy

SANA'A, Jan. 01 (Saba) – Al-Shalal Commercial Complex, one of the largest commercial investment projects, was opened on Saturday in the capital Sana'a.

At the opening, Member of the Supreme Political Council Ahmed Al-Rahwi called on investors and businessmen to continue economic activity by taking advantage of all opportunities, privileges and investment components to contribute to economic development.

He considered the opening of this commercial and marketing project a qualitative addition to the investment projects achieved by investors in the private sector, confirming the support and encouragement of the state and the government for such projects.

For his part, Minister of Industry and Trade, Abdulwahab Al-Durra, indicated that the private sector is a key partner for the growth of the economy and a major supporter of the construction and development process, praised these projects that help create job opportunities and reduce unemployment.

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