Thursday December 5, 2019

Arab-Irish: Hands across the desert

Ahmad Younis of the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce is keen to stress the importance of maintaining links between this country and the Middle East, writes Alex Meehan.

30th March, 2014
Ahmad Younis, secretary general and chief executive of the AICC. Picture: Maura Hickey

Since its inception 27 years ago, the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce (AICC) has played a crucial role in facilitating trade between Ireland and the Arab countries.

According to Ahmad Younis, secretary general and chief executive of the AICC, the trading relationship between Ireland and the Arab nations has never been stronger than it is right now, and his organisation is keen to build awareness of the opportunities for Irish companies that exist in the region.

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