Almotamar.net - The Yemeni-Omani businessmen Council recommended here on Tuesday exempting the national products from customs fees and unifying the customs procedures in the land outlets of the two countries.
In the concluding session of the Yemeni-Omani businessmen Council held on Aden province, the two sides recommended developing the trade exchange via enlarging facilities for goods flow between the two countries and tackling the relevant obstacles.
The council also suggested forming a joint technical trade committee which has agreed on during the visit of Yemen's Minister of Trade and Industry Yahya al-Mutawakil to Oman for the council's third meeting in October 2009.
The recommendations included signing an agreement on goods flow in pursuance to a related agreement signed early and granting multiple visas to Yemeni businessmen and allow the businessmen who have residence licenses in the GCC states to enter into Oman from any country.
The council demanded to grant Yemeni workers visas in accordance to the related rules in Oman, facilitating granting visas for the drivers crossing or those have residence licenses to enter into Oman to boost trade exchange.
The council called for encouraging the two countries' businessmen to avail from the merits provided in the industrial zones in Aden, al-Mazyouna, Shahn and Salalah.
Earlier on Tuesday the Omani businessmen delegation and a number of members of the general federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Yemen vested the Free Zone in Aden and customs of the free zone to see the customs procedures , the facilities offered there and the available investment opportunities within the free zone of Aden.
Director General of the customs Yahya Sharafudin al-Kibsi gave a detailed picture on the techniques followed in that inlet pertaining to inspection of containers in addition to customs procedures and methods of finishing them at a standard time not exceeding hours.
Head of the Omani delegation indicated the importance that the joint meetings and opening channels of communications between investors and embodiment of the principle of partnership.
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