The Minister of Economy and Trade of the Government of National Unity, Mohammed Al-Hawij, has directed to follow up on the traders comments regarding the mechanism of supplying goods.

This came during a meeting held with the President of the General Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tripoli Chamber, the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, and the Chamber’s legal advisor at the Ministry’s office headquarters.

The meeting reviewed the mechanism for regulating import and export operations, and the difficulties facing companies owners in obtaining bank credits to supply goods, as well as some observations about the decisions issued by the Ministry of Economy and Trade.

Al-Hawij directed the Undersecretary for Commercial Affairs and the relevant departments to follow up on the comments of business owners on decisions that would regulate supply operations, ensuring the flow of goods and services.

Traders demanded equality in granting documentary credits, after some spoke of what they called “selectivity” in companies applying to obtain the accreditation, while the Chambers of Commerce and Industry expressed their annoyance at the monetary policy followed by the Central Bank in opening documentary credits.