Dubai Chambers has new plans to establish new country-specific business councils and expand their role to boost Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade.
“We are putting a new comprehensive framework into place that will restructure and expand the role of business councils in Dubai to boost its foreign trade and promote cross-border business opportunities for member companies. These councils will cover markets of strategic importance to Dubai and support us as we further expand our presence across Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East and attract more companies and investment from these regions,” said Abdulaziz al Ghurair, the Chairman of Dubai Chambers.
They are also planning to create new channels of economic cooperation between business communities in Dubai and promising markets around the world.
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