The Bahrain-Jordan cooperation commission is expected to seal a number of accords on investments and exports when it convenes in Manama on July 21-22, Al-Ayyam newspaper reported Friday, July 6.
Bahrain's Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa and Jordanian counterpart Ali Abu Ragheb, who will co-chair the meeting, are also expected to examine ways of increasing the role of the private sector in commercial relations.
Additionally, Bahrain will suggest a revision of a 1995 trade agreement with Jordan in an effort to boost bilateral trade volumes, the paper said. ― (AFP, Manama)
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