Secretary-General of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply, Yousuf Al-Shamali, said the business forum is an indication of the advanced bilateral ties and the common desire to enhance them.
He stated that the volume of Jordanian exports to the Czech Republic last year amounted to around $200,000 and the volume of imports from the republic stood at $53 million.
He said that the Kingdom, under the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II, has carried out broad reforms to support the growth of the Jordanian economy despite the challenges it faces due to the regional turmoil.
Al-Shamali pointed to the free trade agreements Jordan has signed that stimulated the Kingdom's exports and their access to promising international markets.
JEBA's President Jamal Fariz, said that Jordan and the Czech Republic have historically strong relations based on mutual understanding, pointing out that there are several cooperation agreements they signed, including the agreement for the protection and promotion of investment and the agreement on tourism cooperation.
Source: Jordan News Agency