GICTC Signs MoU with Indo Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industries

Selasa, 14 Mei 2024 - 18:10 | 42.32k
Chairman GICTC Abdulla Hasan. (Photo: GICTC for TIMES Indonesia)
Chairman GICTC Abdulla Hasan. (Photo: GICTC for TIMES Indonesia)

TIMESINDONESIA, ARAB SAUDI – Global Islamic Chamber and Trade Commerce (GICTC) has achieved a significant milestone by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indo Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industries. This collaboration expands GICTC's global reach to 22 Arab countries, reinforcing its position as one of the leading international business networks.

Chairman of GICTC Abdulla Hasan expressed his gratitude for this achievement in a statement. "Alhamdulillah, this month we celebrate one year since the idea of GICTC was launched. We are now present in more than 30 countries and continue to grow," said Hasan.

This latest partnership follows the successful signing of an MoU with the Indian Economic Trade Organization (IETO). "We are proud to announce that last week we signed an MoU to collaborate with the Indo Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industries, which was established in 1980 and has 22 Arab countries as members," Hasan added.

The Indo Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industries is a non-profit public organization aimed at representing, supporting, and protecting the interests of the business community in India and Arab countries. They create a favorable environment for business, promote India and Arab countries as an international business hub, and support business development.

GICTC, through its new e-commerce platform Connect Souq, will support the Indo Arab Chamber and its member countries with technology and its extensive network. "We believe this collaboration will open up new business opportunities and strengthen the relationship between India and Arab countries," said Hasan.

Additionally, GICTC is in multiple discussions with other global organizations and countries to collaborate and make GICTC/Connect Souq one of the most connected business networks/platforms globally. "We are committed to continuously expanding our network and establishing strategic partnerships that will provide significant benefits for all parties involved," Hasan emphasized.

The GICTC President also invited all Muslim business owners, traders, entrepreneurs, professionals, or Chambers of Commerce to join the GICTC global network. "We encourage you to become part of this dynamic and ever-growing international business network. By joining, you will have access to vast business opportunities and support for the development of your business on a global scale," Hasan concluded. (*)

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