The participants recommended the Gulf-Jordan Economic Dialogue Forum, which was hosted by the capital Amman, with the accession of Iraq and Jordan to the Union of GCC Chambers, in addition to linking the railway between the Gulf, Jordan, Iraq and Yemen.
The forum, which was attended by an Iraqi delegation, organized the Jordan Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Federation of GCC Chambers under the theme “Enhancing the prospects of the GCC cooperation for better growth and integration”.
The forum, which is being held for the second time in Amman, sought to boost the Jordanian-Gulf economic development by opening new partnerships between business owners, reflecting the economies of both sides and activating the trade exchange movement.
The volume of trade between the GCC and Jordan is estimated at 4.6 billion dollars last year, of which 3.3 billion is Gulf exports.
According to the head of the Jordan Chamber of Commerce, Nael Kabariti stressed the need to transform the challenges faced by the private sector to incentives and opportunities to promote the process of economic integration Gulf - Jordan expressed by speakers and participants during the meetings of the Forum.
Al-Kabariti said in a press statement today that the participants stressed the need to benefit from the advantages and resources available to invest in complementary production projects between Jordan and the Arab Gulf countries, especially in the vital sectors, and the preparation of joint studies between the Union of Chambers of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Jordan Chamber of Commerce.