DCCI, CCIWA discuss ways to boost trade

DUBAI — A meeting yesterday between the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) and West Australia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIWA) discussed ways of enhancing and strengthening the relationship between the two countries.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Mon 27 Jun 2005, 10:42 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:46 PM

The future potential for linking and communicating between the business communities in both sides as well as opportunities for cooperation between the two chambers were also discussed.

Abdul Rahman G. Al Mutaiwee, Director-General of the DCCI, explained its tasks and functions in the local economy and the services that DCCI offers to the business community. He mentioned during the meeting that the DCCI issues daily an average of more than 1200 certificates of origin.

Al Mutaiwee added that the DCCI established the Dubai International Arbitration Centre and the Dubai Ethics Resource Centre to meet the local business community's need as part of the new strategy that DCCI introduced to be the businessman's first source.

John Langoulant Chief Executive of CCIWA indicated that its members number at about 5,000 members which represent about 10 per cent of the business in that region. The meeting also discussed the potential opportunities for cooperation between DCCI, Dubai University College and CCIWA in developing the human resources field.

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