The Administrative Board of the Lebanese-Jordanian Business Forum Association recently held its first meeting to discuss plans and strategies to achieve its general objectives.
The recently established association, in accordance with the provisions of the Jordan’s Law on Societies and the Ministry of Industry and Trade, elected an administrative board consisting of nine members, an association statement said on Friday.
The association, according to the statement, seeks to provide a suitable environment for consolidating relations between Lebanese and Jordanian businessmen and investors, and activating trade in both countries, which includes the promotion of goods, services and consultancy covering several sectors and domains.
According to the statement, the Lebanese community in Jordan amounts to about 11,000, who have been part of the local and business communities and include capital owners, investors and administrators in various fields and sectors.
Source: Jordan News Agency