Arabic Mexican Chamber of Industry and Commerce
The Arab Mexican Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CAMIC) was funded in 1997 with the objective of promoting trade relations between Mexico and the 22 countries, (Saudi Arabia, Argel, Bahrein, Djibouti, Egypt, UAE, Irak, Comoros, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Yemen) which conform the Arab League. With this, CAMIC became the first specialized organism in Mexico dedicated to this purpose.
For 20 years, CAMIC, through trade and economic publications, has become a link between Mexican businessmen and the Arab world. CAMIC has also established close ties with ambassadors in order to organize trade mission that will help businessmen entering the Arab market. Along with the trade mission, CAMIC has also organized other events, such as conferences in order to expand the scope and reach of Mexican products.
Our knowledge about both the Mexican and the Arab markets, the services we provide assisting Mexican companies exporting to the Arab countries and the information we proved, has facilitated the trade relation between both regions, as well as strengthening relations.
Along with the S R E and COMCE, the CAMIC has organized 12 missions trade to members of the Arab League countries: Egypt, Morocco, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Algeria.
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