The Jordan Economic Forum seeks to increase exports to Mexico
According to the Jordan Economic Forum, the Kingdom should take advantage of trade agreements signed with North American countries to enhance its presence in the Mexican market. During a panel discussion with Mexican ambassador Roberto Rodriguez Hernandez, forum members emphasized the need to diversify exchanged commodities between the two countries. This was a focus on specific commodities, particularly potash and phosphate.
In cooperation with the Jordanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, they emphasized the importance of intensifying meetings between the private sector in the two countries and holding exhibitions and forums. According to a statement, the forum’s members stressed the importance of attracting tourists from Mexico to Jordan through Jordanian tourism offices. They also stressed the importance of opening an airline route between the two countries to boost the sector.
It was noted that the Mexican envoy for the region called for stronger bilateral trade and investment relations with Jordan. This would reflect their mutual interests, pointing out that Jordan is a stable country as well as a gateway into various regional markets.