On the sidelines of Gulf-Jordan Economic Forum which kicked off in Amman yesterday, an agreement between Qatar Chamber and Jordan Chamber of commerce was inked for establishing Qatar-Jordan joint business Council.
Qatar Chamber Chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim bin Mohamed Al-Thani signed the agreement with Nael Al Kabariti , Jordan Chamber Chairman.
The council aims to enhancing cooperation between economic constitutions, businessmen and business agencies of both sides.
It also aims to exchange information and experience in commercial and marine arbitration, intellectual property and patent.
It further emphasizes organizing periodic meetings between both parties for discussing topics of mutual interest.
At its first meeting , the new council recommend the determination of vital economic sectors that are beneficial for both sides. It further calls for facilitating businessmen transport between both countries and determining representatives of both parties.
It also recommended establishing a joint-stock company focusing on the sectors of mutual interested, exchanging visits among businessmen every 6 months and issuing a monthly bulletin for exchanging the latest developments on the council activities.
In a press release , Sheikh Khalifa paid tribute to the signing of this agreements, Council, expecting it will be an added value in the march of Qatari-Jordanian economic relations.
He assured that the Jordan investment climate is one of the best economies in the region because of the characteristics of legislations that made the kingdom one of the prominent destination of Qatar businessmen.
Sheikh Khalifa emphasizes that both countries enjoy robust historic ties, assuring that both businessmen are keen on strengthening their cooperation for the benefit of both countries’ economies.
For his part, Nael Al Kabariti A Jordan Chamber chairman , affirming that Qatari investments in Jordan are more than welcome to governmental and private institutions, stressing that this forum representing the Arabic consolidation at all economic fields.
Date: Thursday, September 3, 2015