Jhinaoui meets with President of National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce | Tunisia News Gazette

Jhinaoui meets with President of National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce

Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui on Friday held talks with President of National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) David Hammoud on strengthening bilateral trade relations, the ministry said in a statement.

Khemaies Jhinaoui placed emphasis on “the importance of developing cooperation with this organisation to open up new prospects for exports of Tunisian products to the US market and consolidate the links between businessmen and business leaders from both countries in order to explore new prospects for partnership “.

In turn, David Hammoud stressed his organisation’s will to help Tunisian companies to establish partnerships with their American counterparts in all fields. He also stressed the consolidation of ties between the two parties, so as to create a new dynamic for bilateral trade and allow local businesses to access US markets, the statement said.

According to the official website of this organisation, the National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce, created 50 years ago, is the oldest American organisation of services dedicated to trade between the Arab countries and the United States, with agencies in New York, Houston, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City and is headquartered in the capital Washington.

It is recognised by the League of Arab States, the General Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture with links to the US and Arab embassies, high-level government officials, great businessmen and Chambers of Commerce in the United States and 22 Arab States.

Source: TAP News Agency

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