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IDAL's Chairman Eng. Nabil Itani welcomed an Egyptian delegation headed by Fathi Abdel Azim, advisor to the Minister of International Cooperation for Arab and African Affairs. Discussions tackled ways to enhance economic relations, and specifically investments, between Egypt and Lebanon, prior to the Mutual Lebanese Egyptian Higher Committee meeting. Itani called upon enhancement of cooperation in the light of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between IDAL and GAFI, and holding a Lebanese - Egyptian joint meeting in order to discuss the future steps.
Chairman of IDAL Eng. Nabil Itani met today with the Saudi Chargé d'affaires Mr. Walid Bukhari. Discussions tackled the enhancement of ways of cooperation, in the light of the historical ties between the two countries. Saudi Arabia is known to be the first trade partner to Lebanon.
The chairman of the CCIAT, Mr. Toufic Daboussy honored the chairman of IDAL, Eng. Nabil Itani, during an honoring ceremony held on December 7, 2016 at the chamber's headquarters in Tripoli, in the presence of board members of the two entities, heads of economic organizations in the North and journalists. Daboussy praised Itani achievements, applauding the cooperation between IDAL and the Chamber. Itani said that this honoring is a tribute to IDAL for the efforts exerted to carry on its tasks, in terms of promoting Lebanon as a viable investment destination in the region, and supporting the productive sectors through the promotion of their exports.
IDAL, in collaboration with the Bureau Veritas Lebanon, organized a workshop on "Tracking System in the Packaging Houses", in the presence of agricultural and industrial heads and representatives as well as a crowd of exporters. IDAL`s Chairman Eng. Nabil Itani declared that this program had direct and indirect positive results in terms of improving the quality of packaging, creating a balance between supply and demand in the markets and penetrating new markets. He stressed out that the Lebanese exported products which cannot compete quantity wise, must adopt international standards and norms to compete quality wise.