The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) participated as a diamond sponsor on the first day of the 12th World Chambers Congress being held in Dubai from 23rd-25th November. The event is organized by Dubai Chamber with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and its World Chambers Federation, under the theme ‘Generation Next: Chambers 4.0’.
Several international delegations participating in the conference have flocked to the SCCi stand, where HE Abdullah Sultan Al Owais met with His Excellency Mounir Al-Moakher, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tunisia, President of the African-French Joint Chamber, His Excellency Joy Shi, President of the Latin Chamber in the United States of America, and His Excellency Eng. Rida Ben Jumaa Al Saleh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The meetings discussed ways to enhance joint cooperation, learn about best practices and investment opportunities in many vital sectors, and highlighted the importance of organizing continuous meetings between businessmen with the aim of forging partnerships, exchanging experiences and visits.
Abdullah Sultan Al Owais also met with His Excellency Marcelo Elizondo, President of the International Chamber of Commerce in Argentina, during which the two sides explored cooperation prospects and the services available on each side.
They also exchanged views and proposals on organizing joint economic events, visits and trade missions between the two countries to serve the private sector and strengthen relations between Sharjah and Argentina.
His Excellency Abdullah Sultan Al Owais also met with His Excellency Saud bin Abdulaziz Al-Mashari, Secretary-General of the Federation of Chambers of the Gulf Cooperation Council, where the two sides stressed the importance of focusing on projects with an integrative strategic dimension in the economic and development field, and supporting the private sector due to its vital role and contributions to the economies of the GCC states.
The meeting also called for intensifying joint work between the Gulf Chambers of Commerce to enhance opportunities for Gulf integration towards broader horizons and to realize more achievements and gains in the interest of the GCC countries