Union of Arab Chambers (UAC)
Union des Chambres Arabes
1951-12-16 Beirut Lebanon
16 Dec 1951, Beirut (Lebanon), by resolution of Conference of Arab Chambers. Original title: General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for Arab Countries (GUCCIAAC) – Union générale des chambres de commerce, d'industrie et d'agriculture des pays arabes. Statutes revised: Jun 1981; May 1992; Apr 2001.
Achieve Arab economic integration; represent all economic sectors from the perspective of Arab businessmen; enhance the role of member chambers and their federations; increase efficiency and effectiveness of programmes, plans and development efforts; strive to establish and develop integrated developing partnership among Arab countries.
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