JBA discusses trade cooperation with Bosnian embassy

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Jordanian Businessmen Association President Hamdi Tabbaa center meets with diplomats from the embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Photo: Petra)
AMMAN — Head of the Jordanian Businessmen Association (JBA) Hamdi Tabbaa met with Mato Zeko, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ambassador, to explore business potentials, including commercial cooperation, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Petra said Tabbaa, the Bosnian ambassador, and other diplomats explored ways to strengthen commercial ties between Jordan and Bosnia and Herzegovina in various spheres of mutual interest.

Tabbaa explained that the Kingdom has free trade agreements with several countries, making it an attractive investment destination.

He emphasized the need of expanding and diversifying bilateral commerce between the two countries. “The modest trade exchange with Bosnia and Herzegovina does not reflect the two nations’ potential,” Tabbaa said.

The envoy, for his part, emphasized his country’s desire to expand the scope of trade cooperation, saying Bosnian businessmen could take advantage of Jordan’s investment climate.

He praised relations, stressing the need for improving cooperation, given the potential for further commercial collaboration.

In 2021, Jordan’s trade exchange with Bosnia reached $2.4 million, including $1.6 million in Jordanian pharmaceutical exports and $797,000 in dairy and inorganic chemical imports.

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