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08 December 2023

Ajman sets up working group for realty sector

By Eman Al Baik



The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry has formed a Property Development Working Group made up of major developers and aims at supporting the booming property sector in the emirate.


“We will work with property developers in the emirate to further support developments by providing quality services and solving problems they may face in their operations and activities,” said Obaid bin Ali Al Muhairi, Chairman of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


The property sector in Ajman is rapidly growing  with many projects being developed, said Al Muhairi.


The sector is playing a significant role in the emirate’s development and has long-term growth prospects, he added. Property development is key to positioning the emirate of Ajman not only at the country level, but also in the region and the world, he said.


The formation of the group is also aimed at unifying efforts for promoting the emirate on local and international levels, said Al Muhairi.


“We should work hard to participate in local and overseas economic activities to ensure excellent presentation of the emirate.”


Omar Ayesh, the Chairman of Tameer Holding, has been named the head of the group, which includes six members representing the sector and three others representing the government. The chamber will also establish working groups for other sectors such as tourism, manufacturing, foodstuff industries, and ready-made garments.


The chamber is also working intensively to establish communication channels with the different economic sectors in the emirate, said Al Muhairi. To keep pace with the competitive nature of the market in the UAE and the region and to ensure dynamic economic sectors, “we found it urgent to establish communication channels with the different sectors”, he said.


Having such groups will help provide the necessary platforms for the exchange of opinions and help sort out problems that may hinder efficient operations, he said.