• Inventory of the services that companies want to export, the target market, and the expected benefit from exporting services


    Gentlemen/ Members of the chamber


    Asharqia Chamber presents you with its best regards and informs you that it has received the letter of the Council of Saudi Chambers No. (42504219) dated (6/11/1442), referring to what the Council received in the email from the General Authority for Foreign Trade on June 9, 2021. Referred to the current movement to resume the start of free trade negotiations with several countries and economic groupings in the current period and to the difficulty in obtaining private sector requests for service sectors with a tangible positive impact on the Saudi economy, and requesting a report on the inventory of services that the Saudi private sector wants to export. To the countries with which it is planned to resume free trade negotiations shortly in (China, Australia, Britain, India, Pakistan) to​ open new markets and include the Saudi private sector requests within the Kingdom’s requests within the framework of the negotiating rounds, with priority being given to leading, large and medium-sized companies with economic returns Great.

    For more information and to view the form for listing the services companies wish to export, the target market, and the expected benefit from exporting services, you can visit the Chamber’s website: (www.chamber.org.sa), to fill out the form and send it back to the e-mail: (aqahtani@csc.org.sa).​

    Sincerely yours


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