JCCI asks Saudi commerce ministry to privatise some services
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, September 03 - 2012 at 12:00
The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) has asked the commerce and industry ministry to privatise some of its public services, including issuance and renewal of commercial registration, to the general service offices to expedite the processing of paper work, reduce government red tape and ensure new sources of income to the citizens running these offices, Arab News has reported. "This will also ensure that these services will be extended for a long time and at many places instead of the official branches of the ministry," the JCCI said. "When the ministry gives part of its services to the public service offices, this will intensify competition between the private sector and the ministry to ensure better services to the citizens," said Ahmed Al-Qarni, chairman of the JCCI's services committee.
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