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Murad, Tharwat stress need for joint Jordanian-Egyptian ventures, investments

By Petra - Mar 23,2014 - Last updated at Mar 23,2014

AMMAN — Amman Chamber of Commerce (ACC) President Issa Murad on Sunday discussed means to develop economic ties with Egypt during a meeting with Egyptian Ambassador in Amman Khaled Tharwat. The two sides underlined the need to support the establishment of joint ventures and investments, calling for drawing up an action plan to eliminate obstacles hindering the flow of commodities between both countries. Muard and the diplomat suggested holding a meeting between businesspeople from the two countries on the sidelines of the 10th Egyptian fair, which will be held in May in Amman. Jordan’s exports to Egypt stood at JD84 million last year, compared to JD500 million in imports from the North African country.  

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