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Jordan, Belgium talk economic ties
The Jordanian Businessmen Association (JBA) on Tuesday discussed with the Belgian Ambassador Serge Dickschen strengthening trade and investment relations between the two countries, and the role of the business community in those efforts.

According to a JBA statement, President of the association Hamdi Tabbaa highlighted the JBA's role in promoting investment opportunities available in the most promising economic sectors in the Kingdom and its commitment to enhancing Jordan’s position abroad and its foreign relations at the international level.

He also pointed to investment opportunities available in the tourism, energy and financial sectors, noting that the port city of Aqaba, in particular, has many investment opportunities and logistical services to create a link with the ports of Belgium.

Dickschen, for his part, expressed commitment to cooperating with the JBA to develop his country's economic relations with Jordan, search for untapped opportunities, and increase trade exchanges and joint investments in accordance with the historical ties that are "based on mutual respect."

Jordan, he explained, has a prominent regional position and has competitive advantages in terms of the investment environment, especially stability and excellence in entrepreneurship with many success stories of startups that branched out globally.

He underscored the importance of increasing trade and investment exchange, expanding and diversifying the export base, and activating the role of businessmen, cooperation and networking between the private sector institutions in the two countries.

According to the association, the value of trade exchange between the two countries in 2021 amounted to approximately $169 million, of which $35 million were exports to Jordan that included clothing, aluminum, and chemical products.