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  2. Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry - Wikipedia

    The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry ( JCCI) is the chamber of commerce in the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. [1] [2] [3] JCCI is one of the oldest business and services organizations in Saudi Arabia. [citation needed] It was established by a royal decree dated January 1946.

  3. Walid Juffali - Wikipedia

    In 2005, Juffali was also chairman of Saudi American Bank as well as the chair of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry. [citation needed] In December 2005, the Middle East Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) announced that Juffali would host its entrepreneurial reality show, The Investor, which would be shown early in 2006.

  4. Saleh Abdullah Kamel - Wikipedia

    Children. 9. Saleh Abdullah Kamel [a] (1941 – 18 May 2020) ( Arabic: صالح عبد الله كامل Ṣaleḥ 'Abdullāh Kamel) was a Saudi billionaire businessman. He had a net worth estimated at US$10.6 billion, as of March 2017. [1] He was the chairman and founder of the Dallah al Baraka Group (DBHC), one of the Middle East's largest ...

  5. American Chamber of Commerce in Turkey - Wikipedia

    The American Business Forum in Turkey (AmCham Turkey/ABFT) is a business association and NGO, composed of 125 or more U.S. companies with operations in Turkey. It was founded in 2004 as an American Chamber of Commerce, and it is focused on promoting a positive business agenda and commercial environment in Turkey and on strengthening bilateral trade, investment, and relations between Turkey and ...

  6. United States Chamber of Commerce - Wikipedia

    Website. www .uschamber .com. The United States Chamber of Commerce ( USCC) is a business association advocacy group. It is the largest lobbying group in the United States. The group was founded in April 1912 out of local chambers of commerce at the urging of President William Howard Taft and his Secretary of Commerce and Labor Charles Nagel.

  7. US-Arab Business Roundtable - Wikipedia

    US State Department UNCLAS cable #186568 ( July 19, 1979) – Subject: General Union Of Arab Chambers of Commerce Plan Visit to US; Arab Business Leaders to Visit US, US-Arab Chamber of Commerce Magazine (August 1979) Wall Street Journal, “Houston Clearance for Mideast Freight Becomes a Hot Issue” (July 31, 1979)

  8. Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce

    The Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce ( APCAC) was formed in 1968. APCAC represents 50,000 business executives, 20,000 organizations in 22 countries within the Asia-Pacific region. Through 28 member chambers, APCAC represents the growing interests of over 50,000 business executives and over 10,000 business entities in 20 ...

  9. Arab American Chamber of Commerce - Wikipedia

    The Arab American Chamber of Commerce is a federal trademark, registered on 4/11/2000 under registration number 2339971, to promote U.S. businesses and tourism in the Arab world. List of members. Nasser Beydoun, former executive director; References "Arab American Chamber of Commerce". "Saudi Embassy in Washington"