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The Arab private sector forum held in Beirut at the end of its meetings, opened by Saad Hariri, Lebanon's prime minister in charge and organized by the Union of Arab Chambers in collaboration with the League of Arab States, invited financing Arab municipalities to finance youth projects, to give women, small and medium-sized enterprises, innovation and entrepreneurship to reduce unemployment and poverty. The Arab world and the creation of centers for the development of entrepreneurship and innovation with the participation of the private sector represented by the Chambers of Commerce.
Dr. Khaled Hanafi, Secretary General of the Union of Arab Chambers, declared at the end of the forum sessions, which were witnessed by Ambassador Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Mohamed Abdo Said , President of the Union of Arab Chambers. The liberalization of trade in services and the facilitation of trade and intellectual property in the Great Arab Free Trade Area in cooperation with the Arab Chambers of Union and support cooperation with the private sector to develop curricula that correspond to the new skills required for the labor market.
He added that the recommendations included also the request to the Arab countries to formulate a joint Arab strategy for the digital economy based on an integrated information system in collaboration with the modernization of the legislative structure and the necessary laws and with the clarity of fiscal policies. on improving the quality and dissemination of telecommunications services and price reductions. To increase their participation in Arab economic development and integration projects and to open the world Arab export markets, underlining that these recommendations will be brought to the Arab economic summit of Beirut.