Qatar Chamber participated in the meeting of the GCC Commercial Arbitration Centre (GCCCAC) held recently at the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The meeting, which was attended by Sheikh Thani bin Ali al-Thani, who is a member of the board of directors of GCCCAC, discussed a number of items and proposals aimed at improving the centre’s work.
The meeting also focused on the need to review the regulation of the work of the board of directors and the draft personnel regulations of the centre, and agreed that the final subjects will be presented to the GCCCAC board of directors at the next meeting in Kuwait next September.
Ridha al-Saleh, the chairman of GCCCAC and representative of the Sultanate of Oman at the meeting, lauded the presence and participation of the GCC member states and their efforts to support the centre’s initiatives. Picture shows Sheikh Thani with other officials during the GCCCAC meeting at the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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