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JEBA promotes Dutch PUM, VROM programmes
Reported by JT | Dec 23,2011 | 22:54
AMMAN — In cooperation with the Zarqa Chamber of Commerce,  Jordan Europe Business Association (JEBA) organised this week a meeting dubbed ”Netherlands Senior Expert Programme (PUM) and Environment Dutch Expert Programme (VROM)”. JEBA Vice President Adel Mashharawi indicated that the association seeks to enhance joint cooperation between the private sector and their European counterparts through export, investment, and joint projects in industry, trade and services. He highlighted the importance of organising trade delegations, creating awareness among Jordan’s private sector about business opportunities in Europe, and organising seminars, workshops and other events for JEBA members. Ayman Qaffaf, programmes’ coordinator, presented a detailed explanation about the programmes, their  mechanism and how to utilise them, calling on attendees to take advantage from these programmes because they will have a positive impact on their business. Qaffaf indicated that the association is planning to visit institutions to promote these programmes. He said small and medium-sized institutions and companies from private and public sectors, which work independently and have economic activities, can benefit from these programmes.
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