(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)
Dead Sea, May 16 (Petra) -- Chairman of the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) Nayef Fayez called on local business owners and investors from Francophone countries to invest in Aqaba and leverage the incentives and advantages available in various strategic sectors.
During his participation in the "Aqaba Special Economic Zone, your gateway to investment and trade in Jordan" session within the fourth international conference for French-speaking business owners at the Dead Sea, Fayez stressed the aim for Aqaba to be an industrial zone rather than just logistics and ports zone and to attract entrepreneurship, in addition to introducing technology in partnership with the private sector, while also being ecofriendly.
He pointed out that the ASEZA is looking to achieve royal visions through partnering with various institutions and to branch out in terms of trade and export.
Aqaba, he underscored, will be a launching pad for business, green economy, smart industries, technology, film industry, conferences, exhibitions, tourism, real estate and infrastructure, pointing out that there are many success stories in the ASEZA that affected various tourism, educational, medical and industrial fields.
The conference, which is being held for the first time in a non-French speaking country, brings together 16 countries: Jordan, France, Belgium, Tunisia, Algeria, Canada, Romania, Ivory Coast, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Croatia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Benin, Palestine and Senegal.
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