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Majed Al Mualla, Manager of Souq Al Haraj for Cars Majed Al Mualla, Manager of Souq Al Haraj for Cars

Souq Al Haraj Reports Growth in Car Export to Africa

Souq Al Haraj for Cars, a project by Sharjah Asset Management – an investment arm of the Government of Sharjah, is seeing an increasing demand from African dealers, particularly from Sudan, the largest African exporter of automobile from Souq Al Haraj.

The average daily number of car export transactions to Sudan ranges from 30 to 40 and the average weekly number of the same ranges from 200 to 250 transactions. Nigeria, Congo, Benin, Ethiopia, Ghana,Mauritania and Madagascar is second followed by Guinea, South Africa Djibouti, Tanzania, Kenya, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Libya on third.

Majed Al Mualla, manager, Souq Al Haraj for Cars, stressed the importance of growth in car export to the African markets, confirming the ability of Souq Al Haraj for Cars in Sharjah to meet the demands from African markets. "Souq Al Haraj for Cars in Sharjah is the largest of its kind in the region and the destination of choice for car dealers and lovers. It is aimed at regulating this industry and ensuring more value, diversity, transparency, trust and convenience for dealers and buyers, alike,” he said.