GCC Common Market

Gulf Common Market

The Doha Declaration regarding the establishment of the Gulf Common Market was issued on Decem- ber 4, 2007 at the end of the twenty-eighth session of the Supreme Council, and the Gulf Common Market is based on the principles of the Basic Law of the Cooperation Council and the texts of the economic agreement between the GCC countries and the Supreme Council’s decisions regarding the Gulf Common Market.

The common Gulf market has many benefits, both politically and economically, and one of the most important gains expected from the establishment of the common Gulf market is ensuring the flow of goods between the countries of the Gulf Coopera- tion Council, leading to increased competition between Gulf institutions for the benefit of the consumer, as well as contributing to achieving politi- cal stability in the region and in Advancing military and political cooperation among the GCC states, similar to economic cooperation.

GCC Industrial Report

Together We Support Gulf Products

The first printed report representing the industrial sector in the GCC from official source represented by the GCC Federation of Chambers of Commerce and the GCC General Secretariat and the annual report includes the complete information about the industrial sector of each GCC countries geographically and the updated procedures

laws and legislations regulating the common rules, as well as reviewing the relevant data for GCC products And GCC factories

and it has been approved to be in Arabic and English languages and it will be New distributed in the GCC General Secretariat, chambers of commerce in the GCC countries, The annual report also includes a complete statement of the Gulf projects and factories products classified by commodity and lists of factories divided by the sector in addition to introducing the support sector in the field of (companies, banks, factories, insurance companies, logistics companies and manufacturing companies) so that the Gulf Industrial Report will be the first official reference to the industrial sector in the GCC.