consultative meeting with the head of the council
and vicars of the committees and business councils in Asharqia
chamber stressed the "positive" role played
by Asharqia chamber in the private sector service, and enhancing its position in the development map.
participants approved in the meeting, which was held on Tuesday with the Chairman
Abdulrahman bin Saleh Al Ataishan and council members, the need to cooperate with Asharqia chamber in the face of obstacles and
challenges facing the private sector at the present time, hoping that the chamber would achieve more successes in the
performance of its role as a mediator
between the private sector and the official government authorities.
stressed the need for the chamber and the sectoral committees working under its
umbrella more extra effort to support the local component in both resettlement
in general, or in the procurement,
said that: "The room earnest endeavor to do its part in the private sector
and achieve service requirements and adopt initiatives and the promotion of his
contributions to the national economy to suit the new economic trends ..
Ataishan touch the room with all government and semi-government bodies in order
to solve all the obstacles facing investors in various locations, pointing that many government agencies require visuals on a number of decisions
relating to the private sector, and we respond with any proposal like this,
many of the themes and slender to specialized sectoral committees
Secretary General of Asharqia
bin Abdullah Al Wabel said that the chamber is always working
to highlight business initiatives through the presentation of their experiences
and views and their role in social responsibility, as the chamber is a local component that supports various forms,
and have meetings to support these plans.
is worth mentioning that the attendance included the heads of the specialized
committees and their deputies, as well as the heads and deputies of the chamber
business council in both Jubail, Khafji and Qatif and businesswomen, and the
heads of the young business men and women.