Jordan and Tunisia discussed cooperating on a number of projects in the field of establishing, managing and developing industrial and development estates. The cooperation will involve the exchange of relevant experiences and visits between both countries.
These cooperation talks aim to activate the terms of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) that was signed between the two countries in 2018, during meetings for the Jordanian-Tunisian Joint Higher Committee.
The Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) Saturday issued a statement saying both parties agreed, that the MoU will be implemented in the near future, which will allow the exchange of experiences in the field of establishing, managing and developing industrial and development estates using a holistic approach.
Those estates are considered the main economic tools that contribute to achieving industrial growth by encouraging investments.
JIEC’s Director General Omar Juwaid praised the efforts of the Tunisian Ambassador to Jordan and the embassy staff to activate this cooperation and coordination between the various economic bodies. He said the company was able to provide all the appropriate prerequisites for a successful investment environment in several industrial estates. Royal directives were issued and government plans were made to make these industrial zones the optimal environment and the largest incubator for industrial investment in the Kingdom, in order to establish a good reputation in the Arab world and internationally.
The Director General of the Tunisian Industrial Real Estate Agency Suhail Shaour said the delegation will visit Jordan during the coming period to closely examine the reality of Jordanian industrial estates. They will also visit a number of Jordanian industrial companies, stressing the need for an Arab industrial integration.
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