Sharjah, the world's first free publishing and printing zone, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Economic Development in Sharjah to activate the role of clients in the development of economic and cultural activities within the framework of the project of Special Economic Zones in order to increase the Emirate's GDP, book fair in Sharjah.
The Memorandum was signed by Ahmed Bin Rakad Al Ameri, President of the Sharjah Management Board and Sultan Abdullah Bin Heda Al Suwaidi, Head of the Department of Economic Development in Sharjah. The Memorandum made it possible to exchange experience on issues of common interest.
"This agreement reflects the inclusion of efforts among government departments and institutions in the Emirate of Sharjah for the development of the cultural sector and an increase in its contribution to the emirate's GDP," said Sharjah's Managing Director.
"This networking of various sectors, including the cultural sector, is in line with the vision and aspirations of the Shah, Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, a member of the Supreme Council and the ruler of Sharjah, which in all cases calls for the adoption of a common working system serving the Emirates of Sharjah From cultural and cultural messages to the whole world. "
"This announcement contributes to improving the status of Sharjah Publishing City as a link between global creators, publishers, writers and writers from different cultures and cultures in order to facilitate their access to the largest number of international markets, plus providing all license and capacity requirements for transactions, governmental organizations, licensing, and others, which will facilitate smooth business and encourage employees in the sector to benefit from the services provided by the city. "
Sharjah Publishing City was founded in 2017, the world's first free publishing zone, offering publishers a valuable opportunity to take advantage of the advantages and advantages of investing in this unique free zone, which includes a strategic location in the heart of the region that provides access to markets in the Middle East and North Africa and the continents of Asia and Africa.