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Kabariti suggests establishing joint business council with Malta

By JT - Mar 06,2016 - Last updated at Mar 06,2016

AMMAN — Jordan Chamber of Commerce (JCC) President Nael Kabariti last week discussed with Anton Buttigieg, chief executive officer of Malta's commerce agency, ways to activate economic relations between the two countries at the private sector level. Kabariti praised the level of cooperation and coordination to organise the Jordanian-Maltese economic forum on April 11 during a scheduled official visit of Malta's prime minister to the Kingdom.

He suggested signing two agreements for cooperation and establishing a joint business council, which would play a role in enhancing cooperation and communication among the two countries' businesspeople.

For his part, Buttigieg said his country, which can be a gateway to European countries, has many opportunities to present to Jordan, stressing that the Maltese private sector seeks to discover cooperation opportunities with its Jordanian counterpart through exchanging commercial delegation visits. 

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