US GCC Chambers of Commerce Sign Memorandum of Understanding

The American GCC Chambers of Commerce (AmChams) have officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding among themselves which signifies unity across borders in upcoming events and collaborations. AmCham strives to discuss and pursue common business interests and maintain relationships with commerce and other business organizations. AmCham Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Oman and Qatar have committed to come together and organize events and initiatives as a consortium within the GCC, with the aim of ensuring collaboration and establishing strong relationships among their members.

After two years of nationwide shutdowns due to the 2020 pandemic, there’s no better time for this announcement. Just months before the FIFA World Cup, the GCC AmChams continue to support their members by co-hosting events and initiatives to benefit their members and friends. If you’re not a member of your local AmCham, it’s not too late to participate in these awesome upcoming events. Contact your local American Chamber of Commerce today.

“We are honored to continue our strong alliance that has formed over the past year between AmChams across GCC. Ongoing collaboration and relationship building will continue to be crucial aspects of this partnership, for the benefit of our members and to expand and sustain ties between our host countries and the United States” – Paola de la Roche, Executive Director of ABCK-AmCham Kuwait.


ABCK-AmCham Kuwait is a non-profit organization operating since 1985 and comprised of Fortune 500 companies, small and medium-sized businesses, and prominent American and Kuwaiti business leaders and entrepreneurs. ABCK-AmCham Kuwait acted as a defender of US interests in the State of Kuwait. For more information, please visit our website at or follow us on social media channel @abck1985.

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