A Qatar Chamber panel recently met to discuss activating the electronic link between QC and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) and removing “cancelled” companies from the database.
Adding new companies to the database and updating the joint database (of commercial sectors) between the ministry and the chamber were also discussed by the Registration and Membership Committee of Qatar Chamber.
Qatar Chamber general manager Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi, who is also committee chairman, presided over the meeting.
The meeting was also attended by Saleh bin Faraj al-Marri, assistant director, Commercial Registration and Licences Department at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, and Mohamed Hamad al-Nuaimi, director, Single Window, and other members of the Committee from Qatar Chamber.
The meeting reviewed the possibility of adding Qatar Chamber’s electronic services to the Single Window, so that these services will be easily available for the chamber’s members, and in a way that contributes to achieving Qatar e-Government 2020 Strategy.
The committee recommended boosting coordination between QC and the Single Window to identify the most important services offered by the chamber, which can be provided through the Single Window.
It was also recommended to update members’ data, creating a technological environment that supports the electronic link between Qatar Chamber and the ministry.
Also recommended was studying the conditions and possibilities of providing the chamber’s services to the institutions that do not have a commercial registry but have a commercial license, and those with professions and other activities whose work requires providing services from the chamber.
It was agreed that the committee hold a monthly meeting to follow up all issues related to company registration and classification according to their economic sectors, developing e-services and enhancing cooperation between both sides in this regard.
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