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Jordan talks business with Oman, Indian businessmen
By JT - Dec 17,2016 - Last updated at Dec 17,2016
AMMAN — Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of State for Investment Affairs Jawad Anani and Jordanian Businessmen Association (JBA) President Hamdi Tabbaa examined on Saturday ways to boost the country’s economic cooperation with Oman, according to a JBA statement.
At a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister of Oman Fahd Bin Mahmoud Al Said in Muscat, the two sides called for further joint investment projects and commercial exchange.
The meeting was held on the sideline of the participation of a Jordanian delegation in the 5th Arab-Indian Partnership Conference that was held in Muscat in the presence of around 350 Arab and Indian businessmen, in addition to many officials and ambassadors, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
Tabbaa, who is also president of the Federation of Arab Businessmen, headed the Jordanian delegation of business people to the conference. At the opening session, Tabbaa underscored the current importance of India as a major investor in the Arab region as well as a commercial partner.
A delegation from the Jordanian Businessmen Association (JBA) has recently concluded a working visit to Oman, during which the delegates held talks to enhance economic and commercial relations between the two countries, JBA announced Tuesday.
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