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Jordan, Palestine sign agreement to begin trade.

Amman, June 13 (Petra)--The Jordanian Foodstuff Traders Association and the Hebron Food Trade Association signed an agreement to boost trade exchanges between Jordan and Palestine at the private sector level.

The agreement was signed by Foodstuff Traders Association Director Zuhair Harb and Secretary of the Hebron Food Trade Association Rafiq Al Qudsi on the sidelines of Jordan Food Exhibition 2015, currently being held at the Amman International Motor Show.

The agreement calls for encouraging investments in the industrial, real estate, tourism, trade and banking fields, holding food exhibitions and providing facilities to ensure their success.

It also calls for cooperation to assist in the movement of traders and businessmen, as well as the flow of commodities between the two countries.


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Date:Jun 13, 2015
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