The second Arab-British Economic Forum will kick off on Tuesday in London with the presence of a high level business owners and investors from both sides.
The Forum is organized by the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Jordan Chamber of Commerce, as Jordan is the partner country for the current session. The League of Arab States, the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, and United Kingdom Trade and Investment department are also taking part in the organization of the Forum.
Chairman of Jordan Chamber of Commerce, Nael Kabariti, said that the Forum is a great place to promote Jordan's investment opportunities in light of its stability and security despite the regional tensions.
Kabariti told Petra on Monday that the main message of the Jordanian economic delegation will emphasize on the Kingdom's attractive and safe investment climate amid all the risks and challenges in the region, noting that Jordan's session will bring the opportunity to view the positive developments in the national economy as well as the legislative and regulatory reforms to stimulate investment in all sectors.
"Jordan's strategic location will also be highlighted in the Forum as an access to different regional markets and more than a Billion consumers around the World due to the Free Trade Agreements with many of the international economic blocs," he added, pointing to the Kingdom's major projects that pose as a point of attraction for global companies.