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  • Ireland and Jordan to co-operate in Public Sector Development | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    a solid framework for the development of mutually beneficial learning opportunities The Government is supportive of Jordan s efforts to progress reform of the Public Sector and I look forward to sharing Ireland s expertise in this field Minister Alkhawaldeh said that when he first visited Dublin in June 2012 he had learned a lot about Ireland s approach to repositioning the public sector to meet the serious challenges arising from the financial crisis He said that he and the Jordanian government have been very impressed by the significant progress made by Ireland since then and he is convinced that Ireland s experiences will be of considerable benefit to Jordan which is currently facing serious challenges arising from the recent influx of refugees climate change effects and the impact of political turmoil in the Middle East A range of specific areas for co operation were discussed during the visit and a follow up programme of activities is now being developed The Institute of Public Administration will co ordinate the programme in partnership with the Jordanian Ministry of Public Sector Development Joe Geoghegan the Jordanian Honorary Consul in Ireland said that Minister Khleef Alkhawaldeh and the Jordanian government plus His Majesty King Abdullah see many similarities between the challenges faced by Ireland and Jordan and they also believe that we have much to learn from each other through collaboration in the future Front Minister Brendan Howlin and Minister Khleef Alkhawaldeh Back Joe Geoghegan Honorary Consul of Jordan in Ireland Mohammed Al aqeel Embassy of Jordan London Dr Nicholas Marcoux Institute of Public Administration IAUGURAL Iraqi European Business Investment Forum to be held in April Memorandum of Understanding signing between Chambers Ireland The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce opens new HQ Exports to Arab markets up by 29 at end May 2015 Ireland and Jordan to co operate in Public Sector Development Saudi Arabia issues rules for opening up the Saudi stock exchange to foreign investors Positive results from Minister Bruton s recent Middle East trade mission Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce has moved premises Trade mission to the Gulf States in April 2015 announced at the Arab Irish Business Forum Ambassador urges Saudi students to study in Ireland Condolences on the passing of H M King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud King of Saudi Arabia Mr Khaled Daouk Vice Chairman of the AICC becomes new President Chairman of The Lebanese Canadian Business Association Irish ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Tony Cotter meets the Secretary General of the Council of Saudi Chambers Khalid Al Otaiby in Riyadh Announcing a new Associate Membership between the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce AICC and the Irish Business Network IBN Dubai Colm McLoughlin to be honoured with the prestigious Presidential Distinguished Service Award 2014 Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Ireland delivers the Nations Cup award Shares in Limerick based Oil Exploration Company increase by 28 Saudi Arabia to open stock market to outsiders Irish

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  • Saudi Arabia issues rules for opening up the Saudi stock exchange to foreign investors | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    and All foreign ownership QFFI and all categories whether residents or non residents including interests under swaps of a single company is restricted to 49 percent In the case of non compliance by the QFFI with some provisions of the QFIs Rules the QFIs Rules empower the CMA to take any of the following actions Require the QFFI to provide such information documents and or written explanation as the CMA requires in respect of the matters giving rise to its consideration Require the QFFI or its representative to attend before the CMA to answer questions and explain any matter the CMA considers relevant Carry out any enquiries that the CMA considers appropriate Take any steps to verify any information furnished by the QFFI including by communicating with overseas regulatory authorities Suspend the QFFI s registration or prohibit the QFFI from dealing on behalf of one or more of its approved QFFI s clients for such period as the CMA requires Cancel the QFFI s registration or withdraw the approval of any of its approved QFFI clients Prohibit the QFFI from dealing on behalf of one or more of the approved QFFI s clients in listed shares and Exercise any of its other powers under the Capital Market Law Moreover the CMA may publish the identity of any QFFI whose registration has been suspended or revoked or whose approval has been withdrawn Tadawul is not on the MSCI Emerging Markets index as yet however the opening up of the Tadawul to QFFI certainly would increases the likelihood of Saudi Arabia s Tadawul being included in the MSCI Emerging Markets index in the near future Clyde Co http www clydeco com insight updates IAUGURAL Iraqi European Business Investment Forum to be held in April Memorandum of Understanding signing between Chambers Ireland The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce opens new HQ Exports to Arab markets up by 29 at end May 2015 Ireland and Jordan to co operate in Public Sector Development Saudi Arabia issues rules for opening up the Saudi stock exchange to foreign investors Positive results from Minister Bruton s recent Middle East trade mission Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce has moved premises Trade mission to the Gulf States in April 2015 announced at the Arab Irish Business Forum Ambassador urges Saudi students to study in Ireland Condolences on the passing of H M King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud King of Saudi Arabia Mr Khaled Daouk Vice Chairman of the AICC becomes new President Chairman of The Lebanese Canadian Business Association Irish ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Tony Cotter meets the Secretary General of the Council of Saudi Chambers Khalid Al Otaiby in Riyadh Announcing a new Associate Membership between the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce AICC and the Irish Business Network IBN Dubai Colm McLoughlin to be honoured with the prestigious Presidential Distinguished Service Award 2014 Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Ireland delivers the Nations Cup award

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  • Positive results from Minister Bruton’s recent Middle East trade mission | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    rich economy based on exports and innovation As the immediate results from this mission show the opportunities for innovative Irish companies to increase their sales to this region are real and tangible I have said before that Irish companies are at the heart of the recovery we are witnessing across our economy The 63 companies who participated in this mission some of whom have finalised deals others of whom have made major progress have done great work over this week These companies will drive our employment recovery and I wish them every success with pursuing the opportunities that have developed over the past week In line with Enterprise Ireland s strategy the objective of the Trade Mission was to build on Ireland s existing strong economic links with KSA Qatar and the UAE The visit facilitated practical relationship building for Irish companies with their current and prospective counterparts in the Gulf region as well as raising the profile of Ireland at the highest levels of Government in the three countries Over the course of the five day programme introductions were made contacts developed and business relationships progressed from which significant increases in exports and jobs by Irish companies are targeted over the coming years Brendan Flood Head of International Sales and Partnering at Enterprise Ireland who is accompanying Minister Bruton on the trade mission added A key element of Enterprise Ireland s strategy is to grow indigenous Irish companies on a global scale Ministerial led trade missions provide a strong platform to promote Ireland and Irish companies as strategic partners across multiple sectors in key international markets Trade missions also demonstrate how Enterprise Ireland can act as a conduit for international buyers to access Ireland s world class goods and services The announcements made by Irish companies during this trade mission clearly demonstrate the opportunities that exist for innovative and ambitious Irish companies in the Gulf region Enterprise Ireland is committed to working closely with our client companies as they grow their international sales creating and sustaining jobs in Ireland IAUGURAL Iraqi European Business Investment Forum to be held in April Memorandum of Understanding signing between Chambers Ireland The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce opens new HQ Exports to Arab markets up by 29 at end May 2015 Ireland and Jordan to co operate in Public Sector Development Saudi Arabia issues rules for opening up the Saudi stock exchange to foreign investors Positive results from Minister Bruton s recent Middle East trade mission Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce has moved premises Trade mission to the Gulf States in April 2015 announced at the Arab Irish Business Forum Ambassador urges Saudi students to study in Ireland Condolences on the passing of H M King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud King of Saudi Arabia Mr Khaled Daouk Vice Chairman of the AICC becomes new President Chairman of The Lebanese Canadian Business Association Irish ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Tony Cotter meets the Secretary General of

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  • Aviation Investment Summit | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    day of the Dubai Airshow This event is aimed at attracting foreign direct investment FDI in the aviation sector in UAE and will be a great opportunity to learn more about the investment landscape in aviation Private one one B2B meetings with relevant parties can be scheduled There are key investment opportunities in many areas including Maintenance Repair Overhaul MRO engine airframe components Training and education vocational and academic Ground Services ground handling passengers and cargo catering FBO s Infrastructure Aircraft Hangar Services Airport Development Aircraft Recycling Decommissioning Further details about the Summit and investment opportunities can be found in the PDF links below AIS Info UAE 15 Investor Pack Aviation Investment Attendance at the Summit is free but by invitation only Further information is available from Salem Jassim Ali Al Shamsi Manager External Affairs GCAA 971506550466 sshamsi gcaa gov ae Sachin Halbe Senior Manager PwC 97156 4134759 Sachin halbe ae pwc com ARAB IRISH BUSINESS FORUM 2016 Dublin Arabic Film Festival Specialist Briefing Workshop Doing Business in the Gulf Aviation Investment Summit Med in Ireland Tunisia Investment Forum Tunis 11 12th June 2015 Inaugural Arab Irish Business Forum Sharing experience making progress IECHE Higher Education Trade Fair in Riyadh Interested in doing business in Tunisia Workshop on Business and Human Rights Inaugural Arab Irish Forum to highlight enormous potential of Gulf States for Irish businesses 5th Annual Investment Meeting Congress Dubai The 4th GCC MOROCCO INVESTMENT FORUM EXPO 2014 Casablanca Morocco Arab Forum for Scientific Research And Sustainable Development Towards a Return to Leadership in Science Arab British Economic Forum on 21st October 2014 will focus on Jordan The 33rd International Agriculture Water and Agro Industry Trade Show Riyadh 7 10 September 2014 Minister Costello leads Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission to Qatar and Oman World Travel Exhibition UAE Tunisia

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  • Med in Ireland | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    devices sub supply precision engineered components diagnostics connected health healthcare providers clinicians and research development professionals Top medical technology and healthcare companies clinicians and healthcare systems from around the world will congregate at Dublin s Convention Centre on Thursday 29th October 2015 to develop strategic relationships with Irish companies exhibiting at the Enterprise Ireland Med in Ireland event Med in Ireland has been running biennially since 2005 and attracts significant interest from the international community The Irish MedTech sector has grown strongly over the last 20 years demonstrating sustained innovation and growth in international markets Ireland hosts more than 350 medical technology companies including 13 of the top 15 global MedTech companies employing 25 000 people and exporting almost 8bn Ireland is now the second largest exporter of high tech medical products in the EU and is internationally recognised as a location of choice for development and manufacture of high tech products For more information and a video about the event go to http www medinireland ie About Med in Ireland 2015 ARAB IRISH BUSINESS FORUM 2016 Dublin Arabic Film Festival Specialist Briefing Workshop Doing Business in the Gulf Aviation Investment Summit Med in Ireland Tunisia Investment Forum Tunis 11 12th June 2015 Inaugural Arab Irish Business Forum Sharing experience making progress IECHE Higher Education Trade Fair in Riyadh Interested in doing business in Tunisia Workshop on Business and Human Rights Inaugural Arab Irish Forum to highlight enormous potential of Gulf States for Irish businesses 5th Annual Investment Meeting Congress Dubai The 4th GCC MOROCCO INVESTMENT FORUM EXPO 2014 Casablanca Morocco Arab Forum for Scientific Research And Sustainable Development Towards a Return to Leadership in Science Arab British Economic Forum on 21st October 2014 will focus on Jordan The 33rd International Agriculture Water and Agro Industry Trade Show Riyadh 7

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  • Tunisia Investment Forum Tunis, 11-12th June 2015 | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    characteristics of the Tunisian business environment and focus on qualified Human Resources modern technologies and the major competitive factors that have contributed to Tunisia moving up the global value chain It will also look at the future prospects for development in Off shoring and Near shoring Renewable Energies and Biotechnology TIF 2015 is also an opportunity of a paramount importance for pre arranged B2B meetings these can be arranged with the help of on an online catalogue containing detailed profiles of companies and specifying beneficial types of business partnerships Last but not least during this year s Forum FIPA Tunisia will celebrate its 20 th anniversary and will mark this event by organizing a cocktail reception on the evening of Thursday 11 th June 2015 We are taking this opportunity to cordially invite you to join us at this exciting event The FIPA team For further information click here http www tunisiainvestmentforum tn En home 46 19 Should you have any inquiry please email us on tif tunisia fipa tn invitationFORUM2015 pdf ARAB IRISH BUSINESS FORUM 2016 Dublin Arabic Film Festival Specialist Briefing Workshop Doing Business in the Gulf Aviation Investment Summit Med in Ireland Tunisia Investment Forum Tunis 11 12th June 2015 Inaugural Arab Irish Business Forum Sharing experience making progress IECHE Higher Education Trade Fair in Riyadh Interested in doing business in Tunisia Workshop on Business and Human Rights Inaugural Arab Irish Forum to highlight enormous potential of Gulf States for Irish businesses 5th Annual Investment Meeting Congress Dubai The 4th GCC MOROCCO INVESTMENT FORUM EXPO 2014 Casablanca Morocco Arab Forum for Scientific Research And Sustainable Development Towards a Return to Leadership in Science Arab British Economic Forum on 21st October 2014 will focus on Jordan The 33rd International Agriculture Water and Agro Industry Trade Show Riyadh 7

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  • Inaugural Arab Irish Business Forum: Sharing experience > making progress | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    Ambassador to Ireland and Mr Mohammed Al Shamsi Deputy Head of Mission Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Ireland Julie Sinnamon CEO of Enterprise Ireland Enda Corneille Emirates Ireland Manager and Aidan Cotter CEO of Bord Bia also attended Speakers included Declan Hegarty MD of JP Morgan Middle East Fergal McGarry marketing director Irish Dairy Board Ramzi Salman former senior adviser to Minister of Industry Energy Qatar Sean O Driscoll CEO of Glen Dimplex and Eugene McQuaid of Vodafone Qatar L R Trevor McFarlane Founder Chief Executive EMIR H E Patrick Hennessy Irish Ambassador to the UAE H E Tony Cotter Irish Ambassador to KSA H E Abdulaziz Aldriss KSA Ambassador to Ireland Mohammed Al Shamsi Deputy Head of Mission UAE Delegates heard about the huge potential for Irish business presented by the Arab markets which in 2014 was valued at circa 4bn for goods and services and is expected to grow to 6bn by 2020 The region s appetite for Irish produce is growing with food and drink exports reaching 237m in 2014 And an increase in jobs is expected to rise from an estimated 8 000 at present to over 14 000 over this period The forum focused in particular on the Gulf States which currently account for 70 of Ireland s exports to the Arab region and which offer the best opportunities for Irish exporters in the immediate future The event marked a significant milestone in trade and commercial relations between Ireland and the Gulf states a relationship that has seen Irish exports to the region comprising manufactured goods and services growing by 16 in the past year Speakers shared their knowledge experience and advice through presentations panel discussions and keynote speeches Senior executives from Irish companies exporting to or operating in the region contributed their own unique insights into doing business in the region and the challenges they have faced and overcome Colm McLoughlin Executive Vice Chairman of Dubai Duty Free There are over 450 indigenous Irish companies currently operating in the Gulf region including Jones Engineering Byrne Looby Glen Dimplex Glanbia Chanelle Pharmaceuticals PM Group Glenbeigh Records Management and Kerry Group According to the organisers the Arab Irish Business Forum highlighted how the Arab markets represent one of the most important trading opportunities for Ireland outside of North America and the EU The chairman of the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Joe Geoghegan said This is a fantastic platform from which Irish businesses can learn about doing business with the Arab markets Trade with the region is growing year on year and the government s recognition of this potential is clear with Enterprise Ireland Bord Bia and Tourism Ireland all very active on the ground This level of activity and commitment should encourage anyone thinking of exploring new business opportunities regardless of size or ambition to explore a little further Aidan Cotter CEO Bord Bia Simon Coveney Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine and Joe Geoghegan Chairman of AICC and Honorary Consul of

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  • Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    Ireland Offices in the Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Notices News Events Publications Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report 28th October 2015 The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce held their Joint Board Meeting and Annual General Meeting at their new HQ on Thursday 22nd October 2015 Dowload the Annual Report report below Downloads Annual Report Digital Format pdf The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa opportunity or minefield Saudi Arabia Ireland Working Together A special Supplement with the Irish Independent AICC Special Report Arab Irish Trade Figures 2013 Special supplement on The

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