Qalqilya Chamber of Commerce Industry & Agriculture
Upgrading Chamber of commerce at the global level.
Working onthe representation ofthe various economic sectorsand the defense ofthe interests of themembers of the chamberand provide servicesefficiently and transparentlydependingon scientific managementmethods.
We work according to the following Values:
- Carry out our mission transparently with integrity and without discrimination.
- Our services are provided in a professional and efficient way.
- Carry out our mission while keeping in mind our social responsibilities
Chamber in Brief
Qalqilya Chamber of Commerce was established in 1972 in Qalqilya by a few merchants. Their aim was to establish a unionized entity to defend their interest.The first election of the board of director was held in 1973.
The chamber progressed where in 1973 it had 217 members and. the chamber in 2014 has about 1400 members.
Since its establishment, the Chamber is serving and defending the interests of its members and established good relationships with many Arab chambers and is strengthening these relations by sending various commerce delegates to these countries. Moreover, the Chamber is continuing its role in providing mediation and arbitration between its members in addition to its participation in the enactment of laws, regulations and income taxation laws pertaining to commerce and trade.
To represent and defend the general assembly members’ interests. To improve the general assembly members’ abilities through carrying out specialized training courses.
Promote commerce and improve the competitiveness of the national product. To participate in the discussions of related legislations and laws. To provide commercial, legal and administrative consultations to the chamber’s members.
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