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JBA discusses trade cooperation with Bosnian embassy

Jordanian Businessmen Association (JBA) and Bosnia and Herzegovina Embassy officials have met in Amman to explore business potential and commercial cooperation.

According to a JBA statement issued on Monday, President Hamdi Tabba' met with Ambassador Mato Zeko to explore ways to strengthen commercial ties between Jordan and Bosnia and Herzegovina in a variety of spheres of mutual interest.

Tabba' noted that the Kingdom has free trade agreements with a number of international countries, highlighting an attractive local business environment.

He emphasized the need of expanding and diversifying bilateral commerce between the two countries. "The modest trade exchange with Bosnia and Herzegovina does not reflect the two nations' potential," Tabba' stated.

The envoy, for his part, emphasized the embassy's commitment to expanding bilateral ties, citing Bosnian businessmen's desire in taking advantage of Jordan's excellent investment environment.

He praised relations, emphasizing the need of improving commercial cooperation, especially given the potential for further commerce collaboration.

In 2021, Jordan and Bosnia exchanged USD2.4 million in trade, including 1.6 million dollars in pharmaceutical exports and 797,000 dollars in dairy and inorganic chemical imports.