AMMAN: Presidents of the country’s commercial and industrial chambers on Tuesday said all obstacles hindering economic exchange between Jordan and Tunisia should be eliminated, stressing the importance of exerting all efforts possible to achieve this goal.
They also called for more cooperation between the Jordanian and the Tunisian private sectors, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
During a meeting in Tunis with members of the Tunisian union of industry and trade, traditional industries and the Tunisian chamber of commerce and industry, the Jordanian delegation called for organising business events with the purpose of direct-sales and showcasing the two countries’ products and services. President of the Amman Chamber of Commerce Issa Murad called for periodic bilateral economic meetings while Ziad Humsi, president of the Amman Chamber of Industry highlighted the need to examine ways to reach exporting markets in Africa, Europe and the US, making use of the two countries’ completive edge.
On Wednesday, the Jordanian delegation will attend the joint Tunisian-Jordanian business forum which seeks to boost business partnerships between the two countries’ private sectors, according to Petra.