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October 18 2021 6:10 PM ˚

BPWA chief — Jordanian industry needs further support

In her interview with Petra on Saturday, she stressed the need to support export of national products, prepare youth to possess technical and professional skills, and encourage young people to enter t
In her interview with Petra on Saturday, she stressed the need to support export of national products, prepare youth to possess technical and professional skills, and encourage young people to enter the vocational market. (Photo: Petra)
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AMMAN — Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported that the Head of the Business and Professional Women Association (BPWA), Rana Abwah, said Jordanian industry needs "stronger" support, calling for spurring export and reducing production costs, especially the energy bill.اضافة اعلان

In her interview with Petra on Saturday, she stressed the need to support export of national products, prepare youth to possess technical and professional skills, and encourage young people to enter the vocational market.

The Jordanian industrial sector "has proven its presence" and maintained the quality of its products and their competitiveness in the export markets, she pointed out.

Reviewing the most prominent challenges facing the industrial sector since its launch in Jordan nearly 70 years ago, she said the list includes lack of cross-governmental strategic plans and careful case studies based on information analysis.

Lauding citizen's confidence in the national products as "good”, she said many have proven their competitiveness and quality, however should be further strengthened by national campaigns, stressing the need to help industrial companies in promoting and developing their products to meet consumer needs.

Abwah also stressed the need to further activate the partnership between the public and private sectors through collective effort and teamwork to achieve interests of the national economy and address related challenges, according to Petra.

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