JCC calls for establishing Arab investment platform

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AMMAN — President of the Jordan Chamber of Commerce (JCC) Khalil Haj Tawfi called for building a unified Arab investment platform sharing investment opportunities in each country separately, in the hopes of maximizing investment overall in the region. اضافة اعلان

During his participation in the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM Global 2023) in Abu Dhabi, he indicated that the Arab world is a consumer market that imports a trillion dollars annually, the Jordan News Agency, Petra reported.

Moreover, he added that the volume of Arab trade is approximately 14 percent, thus confirming the need to remove the obstacle of customs between Arab nations, in order to impede the flow of goods.

He also stressed the need to expand Arab investment projects with added value to generate more opportunities for youth, nothing that Jordan has already taken advanced steps to establish a modern, developed, and stimulating business environment for investors, based on security and stability.

He continued by highlighting that the Kingdom abounds of many investment opportunities with high added value, distributed in the sectors of information and communications technology (ICT), logistics services, tourism, industry, agriculture, health, energy, renewable energy, medical tourism, mining, and food industries.

He called on businessmen, investors, and chambers of commerce to attend the businessmen and investment conference in Jordan during the last quarter of this year, which will be organized by the JCC in cooperation with the Arab League and the Union of Arab Chambers.

Held in collaboration with the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology and the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, this year’s edition of AIM Global is themed "The Investment Paradigm Shift: Future Investment Opportunities to Foster Sustainable Economic Growth, Diversity, and Prosperity," bringing together over 600 speakers from 170 countries.

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