The preliminary joint meeting of the regular meeting of the GCC Chambers representatives has recommended recently creating a genuine partnerships between public and private sectors in economic-related legislatives and laws.
Abdul Rahman Al Otaishan, First Deputy Chairman of Federation of GCC Chamber (FGCCC) and Chairman of Asharqia Chamber, chaired the meeting in attendance of gulf chambers representatives last week in Riyadh.
The meeting called for unifying procedures of opening new branches for companies in the member states.
For his part, Qatar Chamber Vice Chairman Mohamed bin Ahmed bin Twar said that the Chamber was keen to participate in this meeting to deliver the private sector views regarding accommodates release and customs ports services for facilitating trade between gulf countries.
He confirmed the importance of determining obstacles facing businessmen in their investments and business in gulf region.
He pointed out that several ideas have been discussed during the meeting for strengthening the flow of goods between the Gulf states and resolving truck congestion at borders, in addition to the problems causing delay of goods and affecting the intra-regional trade among the GCC countries.
Bin Twar praised the GCC leaderships support to the private sector and the efforts exerted by the governments to maximizing the private sector share in the development process in the GCC countries at all fields.