|money and business|
|Economy News _ Baghdad
Baghdad Chamber of Commerce announced on Tuesday the signing of a joint cooperation agreement with Tripoli Chamber of Commerce to benefit from the activities of the Tripoli Chamber and North Lebanon and the possibility of transfer and application to the reality of Iraqi society.
A statement issued by Al-Iktissad News said that “the President of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce Jaafar Al-Hamdani signed a joint cooperation agreement with the Tripoli Chamber of Commerce, represented by its President Tawfiq Al-Dabousi and attended by the Secretary General of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce Abdullah Al-Bandar, Dr. Nader Ghazal, Hamdi, Director General of the incubator of the chamber and this came during the visit of Hamdani to Lebanon at the invitation of the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tripoli after the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce to the membership of the regional organization of international organizations supporting the business and based in the Chamber of Commerce Traboul Northern Lebanon “.
The statement added that “the signing of the agreement to benefit from the activities of the Tripoli Chamber and the North Lebanon and the possibility of transfer and application to the reality of Iraqi society and expressed his happiness that he sees this hard work in the Tripoli Chamber and the continuous and continuous work carried out by Dabusi and his colleagues on the Board, “We also strive to look at the mechanisms that activate intra-trade between Iraq and Lebanon in general and between Tripoli and Baghdad in particular, and discussed ways to enhance the opportunities of strategic partnership between the public and private sectors as well as strengthen ties between Tripoli and Baghdad.”
For his part, Tawfiq Daboussi stressed the readiness of the Tripoli and North Lebanon Chambers to put all their strategic projects and technical capacities, such as Quality Control and Food Safety Laboratories, Research Center, Food Industries Development Center, Vocational Training Center, Young Entrepreneurs Club, Knowledge Economy Center and Arbitration Center and the Mutual Fund for Lebanese Chamber of Commerce. The Arab Chambers of Commerce in general and the Chambers of Commerce in the sisterly State of Iraq in particular, as well as meet the aspirations of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce to withdraw the march of the typical Tripoli Chamber across the Iraqi business community and work to find common rules for us Pillars to help develop the contents of a memorandum of cooperation in place, particularly for the benefit of the Iraqi Center business incubators from the advanced expertise and experience possessed by the work of the Tripoli Chamber incubator in the field of establishing and supporting small and medium-sized enterprises.