Ibrahim Al Janahi, Senior Vice President Commercial Sales, Jafza received the delegation and gave the visitors a detailed briefing on Jafza facilities and its role in furthering the economic development of Dubai.
Mr. Al Janahi inviting the Tunisian businesses to join Jafza said: “With its excellent value driven business offerings Jafza has today attracted over 6000 of the world’s finest businesses including 120 of the Global Fortune 500 companies to the free zone facilitating them to strengthen their presence in the Middle East markets and at the same time driving economic development in the UAE and the region. We would like Tunisian entrepreneurs to take advantage of Jafza facilities to enhance their share in the international trade.”
“Jafza is keen on strengthening business relations with Tunisia for mutual benefit and growth of both the countries,” he added.
Mr. Al Janahi mentioned Jafza’s mission and strategy of building a global platform of special economic zones and logistic and business complexes in order to facilitate global trade and industry.
The Tunisian minister sought greater economic cooperation between the two countries.
HE Afif Shalabi said Tunisia sees Jafza as a great Arab success story and a role model to for bringing economic prosperity to the Middle East region and seeks their support in enhancing Tunisian participation in global trade.
The delegation’s visit is the result of the need to better understand the Jafza model, the offered facilities and incentives to investors so as to explore and identify areas of cooperation between Jafza and Tunisian businessmen and investors.
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