Launches Jeddah Chamber of Commerce tomorrow the show’s sixth Saudi Jewelry and watches the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess fair girl Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Board of Directors of charitable support participation of 80 Saudi companies and international companies specialized.
The Deputy Chairman of the Jeddah Chamber Mazen bin Mohammed Batterjee that the participation of officials of the room at the opening ceremony is part of a complete strategy to support all activities and events aimed at strengthening the position of the Kingdom economically, and transform the city of Jeddah to the center of economic central role in the Middle East, pointing out that the massive participation at the show clear evidence of the solidarity of the private sector, positive with these kinds of events.
He drew attention to the significant role played Ben Jeddah Chamber of paper industry gold jewelry Saudi Arabia and spread globally through the launch of an annual competition under the title (Golden Pen) for the design of jewelry and gold jewelry to encourage talent to develop their technical skills in the field of jewelry design.
He praised Batterjee decision cut tariffs on gold and jewelry which was released two years ago and has contributed significantly to the upgrading of industry gold jewelry Saudi Arabia and spread globally in light of the Kingdom’s accession to the WTO, adding that the exhibition occupies a broad sector of the Saudi society in light of growing interest in buying gold and jewelry and valuable gifts.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s largest gold where occupies, according to statistics released by the World Gold Council ranked fourth internationally, and the first Arab and is expected to increase the proportion of posts by 40% from the gallery in 2011, and are preparing Kingdom and the UAE’s largest twin-engine of demand for jewelery in the region as Record countries record growth rates of more than 50%, and sales rose in value by 51% also in Saudi Arabia, to $ 1.5 billion and 56% in the UAE to U.S. $ 1.2 billion