A delegation from Qatar Chamber has participated in a consultative meeting held in Muscat to discuss ways of enhancing and strengthening co-operation in various sectors among the Gulf Co-operation Council countries.
Qatar Chamber second vice chairman Rashid bin Hamad al-Athba, as well as board members Mohamed bin Mahdi al-Ahbabi and Abdul Rahman Abdul Jalil Abdul Ghani, participated in the consultative meeting between the GCC Ministers of Commerce and Industry and presidents of Unions and Chambers on Wednesday in Oman.
In a statement, Qatar Chamber said the meeting discussed topics related to enhancing co-operation in the industrial sector, logistic services and electronic trade, and ways of achieving the GCC economic integration.
It also discussed how to maximise the international standards applied in developed countries, especially in the field of automobiles, medicines, and electronics, the statement also said.
“Also, the meeting aims at developing economic co-operation and integration among member countries for the good of their citizens, and studying all constructive ideas and views to broaden horizons of joint action and overcoming obstacles, as well as building bridges between the public and private sectors of the GCC countries in order to achieve directives of GCC leaders.
“It also seeks the maximum possible harmony and aspirations, as well as efforts of the private sector and the views and directives of GCC countries,” Qatar Chamber’s statement further said.
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