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Jordanian-Indian committee looks into ways to boost commercial cooperation

By JT - Jul 08,2017 - Last updated at Jul 08,2017

AMMAN — The Jordanian-Indian Ministerial Committee, which has concluded its meetings in Delhi recently, has examined ways to increase commercial exchange and joint investments, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported on Saturday.

During the meetings, the Jordanian delegation, chaired by industry, trade and supply ministry. Industry, Trade and Supply Minister Yarub Qudah, requested Indian officials to grant the country’s phosphate products preferential treatment offered to other countries, in terms of reduced fees, so that Jordan would not lose its competitive edge in this field.

At the meetings, both countries asserted the importance of easing visa fromaliies for Indians to enter the Kingdom, according to Petra. 

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