Dubai Customs and the Dubai Chamber discussed ways to support businesses and the private sector and enhance the emirate’s competitiveness in line with Dubai’s strategic plan and vision.
These were the highlights of the meeting between Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, Director General of Dubai Customs and CEO of Ports, Customs and Free Zones Corporation, and a Dubai Chamber delegation led by Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, President and CEO of Dubai Chamber, at the main building of Dubai Customs.
The two parties discussed their joint plans and strategies, including the electronic integration of services and the development of new services, to strengthen Dubai’s position as a major global economic center in the next decade and to support the new generation of Dubai traders in different fields, and support their development. expansion plans.
Dubai Customs and the Dubai Chamber of Commerce previously signed a Memorandum of Understanding to integrate the Risk Engine in relation to the Document of Origin and ATA Carnet.
“We are sparing no effort to build partnerships with local and external entities, business groups and the private sector as part of the emirate’s vision to double its external trade to AED25 trillion (US$6.81 trillion) over the next ten years for the Add 400 new cities to Dubai’s global trade network, and attract more investment,” Musabih said.
“Dubai Customs provides advanced services to streamline procedures and increase ROI for businesses. We were delighted to meet with Lootah and the Dubai Chamber delegation as we discussed very important topics to drive our partnership to greater heights in Dubai.” sustainable development and economic prosperity.”
Lootah highlighted the importance of the strategic partnership with Dubai Customs, describing it as a model for enhancing the competitiveness of Dubai and the private sector, supporting the expansion efforts of companies in the emirate and tapping into new markets.
Lootah added: “Dubai Chambers is committed to a range of strategic objectives to serve the private sector and enhance Dubai’s position as the global business center of choice. This includes opening new offices in promising markets around the world to support growth Plan and Dubai Foreign Trade.
“Our ongoing dialogue and meetings with Dubai Customs have been fruitful and critical to our shared goals of improving the business environment, attracting global companies and investment, supporting the digital economy and facilitating the global expansion of Dubai companies.” — trade arab news agency