Jordan's int@j plans to double exports to Saudi Arabia
- Jordan: Sunday, September 30 - 2012 at 03:44
The ICT Association of Jordan (int@j) has unveiled plans to double the kingdom's IT exports to Saudi Arabia, Jordan Times has reported. "We are planning to open an office affiliated to int@j in Saudi Arabia to increase Jordanian companies' participation in tenders for IT projects in Saudi Arabia," said CEO of int@j, Abed Shamlawi. "We are exerting our utmost efforts to at least double our exports to Saudi Arabia over the next few years building on the solid ties between the two countries and the capabilities of Jordanian IT companies," he said. Saudi Arabia's ICT sector accounts for 68% of the total sector in the Gulf and it attracted more than $35bn in investments over the past ten years.
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