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A cooperation agreement between the Abu Dhabi Chamber and the Turkish Association of Industry and Commerce

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The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry has signed a cooperation agreement with the Turkish Business and Industry Association to promote effective cooperation in trade, industry and investment to serve common interests and goals.
Under the terms of the agreement, the two parties will coordinate their efforts to facilitate and expand cooperation, trade and business between their members, exchange economic, commercial and industrial information in sectors of common interest and introduce investment opportunities in the business environment of the United Arab Emirates in general and Abu Dhabi in particular, and in Turkey.

The agreement also stipulated the organization of efforts between the two parties to hold business events, conferences, seminars, etc., inviting members of the two chambers to participate in exhibitions and various economic activities organized by the two parties, and coordinating among them to exchange visits of delegations and trade missions and to hold business meetings.

This occurred during the organization by the Abu Dhabi Chamber of a business meeting with the delegation of the Turkish Business and Industry Association at the Chamber’s headquarters, in the presence of the First Vice President of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, Dr. Ali Al Dhaheri, and members of the Board of Directors of the Chamber, Saeed Ghamran Al Rumaithi, Shams Al Dhaheri, Amer Qaqish, and the Director General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, Muhammad Al Muhairi, and various representatives of local businesses in Abu Dhabi.

On the Turkish side, the head of the Turkish delegation, Vice President of the Turkish Association of Industry and Commerce, Murat Ozyegin, and some twenty representatives of the most important Turkish companies and institutions in vital economic sectors, such as health, construction and the construction. , legal advice, money, investment, food and hospitality, served.


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