Sheikh Harifa bin Jasim Altani, Chairman of the Qatar Chamber of Commerce, calls for the establishment of mutual investment to attract foreign investment, the localization of investment in Arab countries, and support for the growth of inter-Arab trade.
Sheikh Khalifa made a statement in a speech at the 132nd Council of the Arab Chamber of Commerce (UAC) recently held in Cairo with the participation of the leaders of Arab member states and the Chamber of Commerce. Of UAC.
Sheikh Harifa, chaired by the Qatar Chamber of Commerce delegation at the conference, will play a role in helping the Greater Arab Free Trade Area (GAFTA) to revitalize intra-Arab trade and achieve the Arab Common Market. Emphasized the leading role.
He also emphasized the importance of developing cooperation and working to highlight the most prominent areas and investment opportunities available in the Arab countries, attracting foreign investment and localizing investment in the Arab countries. Promote the establishment of mutual investment that supports mutual growth-Arab trade.
Sheikh Khalifa also emphasized that the Qatar Chamber of Commerce supports Arab joint action in various economic and commercial areas, and remains at the level of ambition due to its importance in achieving desirable Arab economic integration. He emphasized the need to strengthen Arab intra-Arab trade, which is below. He added that the Qatar Chamber of Commerce will continue to coordinate with various Arab Chambers of Commerce to achieve this goal.
The meeting will review the reports and recommendations of the Finance and Executive Committees, as well as some issues and topics related to the Arab private sector, activities, union events held last year, and the 2022 work plan. did.
The discussion also focused on updating the global economy and business environment, and other issues that help support Arab cooperation in the areas of economy and commerce.
http://www.gulf-times.com/story/710294/Qatar-Chamber-backs-intra-Arab-trade-says-Sheikh-K The Qatar Chamber of Commerce supports intra-Arab trade, says Sheikh Khalifa.