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Ajman, Casablanca discuss ways to boost cooperation

 

Ajman / WAM

A delegation from the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) visited the Casablanca Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services – the Kingdom of Morocco, to discuss ways of mutual cooperation and exchange experiences, and review the best practices that support the development of the economic environment.
This visit is a part of the ACCI’s efforts to intensify its external cooperation channels with the aim of foreseeing and creating the future of business and enhancing the sustainability and growth of the business community in Ajman.
The visit was held on the sidelines of the participation of the ACCI and a number of Ajman’s factories in the events of the “Cosmetista Expo North & West Africa” held from June 18 to 21 in Casablanca, Morocco.
The joint meeting held at the headquarters of the Casablanca Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services, was attended by the Casablanca Chamber’s Director-General Zakaria Sohail, and Hakima Al-Kinani, Head of Training, and from the ACCI, Abdullah Abdulmohsen Al Nuaimi, Director of Relations and Members Support Office.
During the meeting, Sohail welcomed the ACCI’s delegation and stressed the strength and steadiness of the deep-rooted relations between the two countries, praising the diversity of potentials and promising economic opportunities that both Casablanca and the Ajman possess, which enhances channels of cooperation and partnership in the future.
The attendees highlighted the importance of permanent communication between the two chambers to discuss opportunities to participate in events and exhibitions organised by each party, and the need for coordination to hold joint meetings and forums involving business owners from the two countries in order to open up prospects for cooperation and exchange of agreements between private sector establishments.
Abdullah Al Nuaimi stressed that the ACCI is keen to enhance its cooperation with chambers of commerce from all countries in order to monitor best practices and develop their services in line with the aspirations of business owners.
He also presented an overview of the components of the economic environment and investment opportunities in Ajman in all sectors, and the competitive advantages and facilities that it provides for business owners and new investors to ensure ease of doing business.
Al Nuaimi invited the Casablanca Chamber and higher education institutions to participate in the Ajman International Education and Training Exhibition (AETEX 2023).
He also invited them to visit the emirate of Ajman and get acquainted closely with the investment opportunities available in various sectors in Ajman.

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