Riyadh, The National Competitiveness Center (NCC) virtually held its periodic meeting today with the American Chamber of Commerce, in which 23 American companies participated as well as representatives from the Saudi Standards Authority and the National Cybersecurity Authority.
Also attended by the Deputy Minister of Commerce and CEO of the National Competitiveness Center Dr. Eiman Al-Mutairi, and Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce for the Middle East Steve Lotts, the meeting discussed growth opportunities and competitiveness of promising sectors, in addition to addressing, in cooperation with the competent authorities, the challenges facing American companies.
Dr. Al-Mutairi underlined the importance of supporting American companies operating in the Kingdom, in addition to the need to harmonize government efforts in the competitiveness with the best global developments, and the importance of keeping companies updated with regard to what is being offered through a survey platform that allows providing visuals on regulations.
For his part, Lotts said the American Chamber of Commerce and the companies represented in it seek to align their businesses and goals in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, appreciating the continuous open channels of communication between the Chamber, the National Competitiveness Center and the relevant government agencies of the Kingdom.
The meeting is held periodically between the American Chamber of Commerce and NCC, seeking to enhance communication with the local and foreign private sectors and act as a supportive partner in the Kingdom’s business environment.
Source: Saudi Press Agency