Qatar Chamber Forms Committee For Gold And Jewellery Sector

(MENAFN- Gulf Times) Qatar Chamber has established a committee that would be responsible for addressing the challenges facing the gold and jewellery sector, it was announced on Sunday.
In a statement to the media, the chamber noted that the committee will also work to develop the country's gold and jewellery industry, which is considered one of the most important economic sectors.
Naser bin Suleiman al-Haider, Qatar Chamber board member and chairman of the committee, presided over the committee's first meeting at the chamber's headquarters in the presence of other members.
Speaking at the meeting, al-Haider thanked Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani and the board of directors for approving the establishment of the committee.
He noted that the committee mainly aims to strengthen co-ordination with official bodies concerned to solve any challenges facing gold companies and work to develop this essential sector within the next five years.
During the meeting, Ali Hassan al-Khalaf was elected vice-chairman of the committee. The meeting also presented an overview of the committee, its vision, objectives, and work mechanisms.
The committee agreed to prepare an electronic form in the Arabic and English languages, which will be sent to all members, gold firms, and other related companies to learn about the obstacles facing this sector. It was also agreed that the gold sector shall be divided into three subsectors: gold trade, jewellery trade, and gold and jewellery factories.


Gulf Times

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