Jordan wants to do business with Egypt
The two countries enjoy strategic interests and are signatory to several agreements in the areas of trade and investments.
Jordan Chamber of Commerce (JCC) President Nael Kabariti said this week that the chamber will organise a visit for a Jordanian delegation to Egypt next month to look into the possibility of establishing joint ventures.
During a meeting with trade commissioner at the Egyptian embassy in Amman Mohammad Abdullah, Kabariti said the visit is part of the Kingdom’s commitment to improve economic ties with Egypt, particularly as the two countries enjoy strategic interests and are signatory to several agreements in the areas of trade and investments.
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