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SCCI vows more help for private units


Virtual meeting in progress.

The Chairman of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, underlined the Chamber’s commitment to communicating with the local business community through the sectoral business groups, in order to get acquainted with the latest developments, provide the necessary support to curb Covid-19 consequences on the economic activity, improve the sustainable performance of companies, and maintain business growth and stability.

Al-Owais made the statement during a virtual meeting held in the presence of the heads and deputies of the Chamber’s sectoral business groups, HE Mohammad Ahmed Amin Al-Awadi, SCCI Director-General, Jamal Bu Zinjal, Head of Media Department, and representatives from the industry, hotels, hotel apartments, shopping centers, used cars trade, foodstuffs, and real estate sectors.

The meeting touched on the most important issues and challenges facing the different sectoral groups and the private sector, with the aim of providing the necessary support and enable the private sector companies to pursue its activities under the current circumstances.

 Al-Owais underlined that Covid-19 has already inflicted huge damage on economics around the world, emphasizing his confidence in the national economy and its ability to get through the crisis, thanks to the unstinting support of the wise leadership by launching stimulus packages and initiatives that gave the private sector greater flexibility. This is manifested in the positive indicators of some sectors during the last four months.

Mohammad Ahmed Amin Al-Awadi pointed to the SCCI’s commitment to supporting the private sector by consolidating the concept of cooperation and joint coordination between sectoral business groups and the Chamber’s strategic partners from the government sector, stressing that the SCCI will continue to work with its partners to develop practical solutions and more effective choices for companies and investors to deal with the current circumstances.

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