Ajman Chamber, Bosnia-Herzegovina explore avenues for commercial cooperation

By Rahul Vaimal, Associate Editor
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Representatives from the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina have engaged in bilateral discussions to find new avenues to boost their commercial and economic cooperation.

The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina delegation lead by Mustafa Ruznic, Prime Minister of Bosia’s Una-Sana Canton made a visit to the chamber’s headquarters, where they were received by Abdullah Al Muwaiji, Chairman of the Chamber, and Mohammed Al Janahy, Executive Director of Trade and International Relations Development at the Chamber.

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Bosnia-Herzegovina Delegation at Ajman-Chamber. Image Courtesy: WAM

During the gathering, both sides considered ways of enhancing their cooperation and expanding their trade exchange, under the framework of the UAE’s free economic policy that encourages openness to foreign investments and private sector expansion.

Mr. Al Muwaiji highlighted the bilateral and economic ties between the UAE and Bosnia, remarking that the visit will further advance their cooperation, highlight mutual investment opportunities, and serve the economic development of both countries.

The Chairman of the Ajman Chamber also expressed his organization’s willingness to support companies that invest in the food, technology, real estate, treatment and entertainment tourism sectors.

The Chamber Chairman presented the investment opportunities available in the UAE, particularly in Ajman, and the facilitations provided by the chamber to support the local business community, in line with the directives of H.H. Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ajman.

Mr. Al Janahy emphasized that the visit by the delegation aligns with the Chamber’s keen efforts to support its members and help them expand into new markets.

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