– The launch of the program will take place through a virtual event during which the slogan “Made in Saudi Arabia” will be revealed.
Presenting a unified official identity to promote Saudi products and services
The program aims to support national products and services at the local and global levels
Under the generous patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense – may God protect him -, the Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Chairman of the Export Development Authority, Bandar bin Ibrahim Al-Khorayef will be released on the 28th of this March, The “Made in Saudi Arabia” program, which aims to support national products and services at the local and global levels.
The announcement of the “Made in Saudi” program comes out of the interest and keenness of His Highness the Crown Prince to support the national product, and to enhance its role in light of the high quality and competitiveness of national products at the regional and global level, in addition to an emphasis on increasing awareness and confidence in the national product and factories. Local at various levels.
The Saudi Export Development Authority stated that the launch of the program will take place through a virtual event during which the slogan “Made in Saudi Arabia” will be revealed, which provides a unified identity for Saudi products and services that represents the official identity to promote Saudi products and services locally and internationally, followed by a press conference held by the Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Chairman. The board of directors of the authority, in the presence of various media, will shed light on the program’s plans, objectives and mechanism of action.
It is noteworthy that the “Made in Saudi” program is a fundamental engine for achieving the goals of the Kingdom’s 2030 economic vision aimed at diversifying sources of income for the national economy and enhancing the position of the Saudi product according to the highest standards of reliability and excellence, thus contributing to directing purchasing power towards local products and services, leading to the contributions of the private sector. In the GDP to 65% and raise the proportion of non-oil exports in the non-oil GDP to 50% by 2030.