Economist / National Commercial Committee of the Council of Saudi Chambers elects Al-Afaliq as chairman, jeweler and Ibn Al-Sheikh as deputies The Saudi Press Agency


Riyadh, Rabi` Al-Akher 13, 1442 AH, corresponding to November 28, 2020 AD
The National Commercial Committee of the Council of Saudi Chambers elected Hani bin Hassan Al-Afaliq as its chair, and Eng. Abdul-Ghani bin Bakr Al-Sayegh, and Ibrahim bin Abdulrahman bin Al-Sheikh as vice presidents for the new session of the Council’s National Committees (1441 AH – 1444 AH).
The electoral process took place at the headquarters of the Council of Saudi Chambers as part of the health precautionary measures adopted for the Corona pandemic, through a supervisory committee that includes representatives from the Council and members of the Executive Committee of the National Commercial Committee who are not candidates under the direct supervision of the Council’s legal department to ensure transparency and integrity.
After their election, the committee chairman and his two deputies expressed their appreciation and thanks to the committee members for the confidence they placed in them by electing them, stressing that they would work seriously and effectively to develop the commercial sector in the Kingdom and overcome the obstacles and challenges facing investors in the sector.
Committee Chairman Hani Al-Afaliq noted the importance of the committee’s role in the field of commercial investment in various fields, in line with the Kingdom’s 2030 vision and achieving development goals, noting that the commercial sector is one of the most important pillars of the Saudi and global economy.
Al-Afaliq stressed that the committee will work on formulating strategies and goals that support investors and overcome the difficulties facing the sector and find solutions to challenges through an integrated work system and through specialized workshops that coordinate the committee’s efforts with government agencies and the concerned sectors to achieve the goals of the Saudi commercial sector.
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