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Official statement on the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak

ASCAME calls on all Mediterranean countries to put in place exceptional measures to support businesses affected by the coronavirus (Covid-19).

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The inclusion of women into the Mediterranean labour market would increase GDP by 47%

Women entrepreneurs are increasingly present in Mediterranean economies. Young and highly-trained people from the southern Mediterranean countries, including those that undergone the Arab Spring revolutions, claim the same opportunities as their counterparts on the north shore to get a job according to their training and even to start up their own businesses.

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ASCAME calls for solidarity with Lebanon

ASCAME, the Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry, approved at its last Executive Committee meeting a statement that called for solidarity with Lebanon and its people, especially with its private sector.

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Islamic banking, a sustainable option with great potential to be explored in Barcelona

The 5th Islamic Finance Forum will be held on the 21st of November during a new edition of MedaWeek Barcelona, the ‘Mediterranean Week of Economic Leaders’, organised by ASCAME (Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry) and CIBAFI (General Council for Islamic Banks And Financial Institutions). A meeting in which numerous islamic financial and investment products will be presented, based on ethics and responsibility, as an alternative to the western financial system.

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The economic summit of the Mediterranean, Europe and Africa is committed to the energy revolution

Barcelona hosts a new edition of the Mediterranean Week of Economic Leaders (MedaWeek Barcelona 2019) with an eye on sustainability and green energy as pillars for development. Between the 20th and 22nd of November, authorities, businessmen and businesswomen from both shores of the Mediterranean will meet to tackle the economic and social challenges of the region.

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The Mediterranean region needs to build 600.000 households annually by 2025

The first edition of the Mediterranean Real Estate Forum, held last Thursday 17th October in Barcelona under the framework of the Barcelona Meeting Point (BMP2019), concluded by putting the focus on the real estate sector as an answer to the population increase, to the new urban lifestyle, to the unemployment rates in the region and to the demands for sustainable development.

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Barcelona becomes the real estate sector capital with the "Mediterranean Real Estate Forum"

Barcelona will host on October 17th the first "Mediterranean Real Estate Forum", which will stand as the meeting point for organisations and professionals from one of the key sectors for the Mediterranean region economy: the real estate. A forum that will highlight investment and development opportunities in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Africa and will serve as a platform for business exchange and cooperation.

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1st Mediterranean Real Estate Forum | Investment opportunities and infrastructure development

The ‘Mediterranean Real Estate Forum 2019: A look into the future’ will be held 17 October 2019 in Barcelona in the framework of the Barcelona Meeting Point (BMP2019). A conference that, on the one hand, will feature panels on public and private markets and regional and sector investment opportunities and, on the other hand, will include corporate presentations by leading and emerging companies as well as One-2-One meetings.

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Mediterranean Real Estate Forum

 

Date: 17th October

Location: Barcelona, Spain

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Times of change, sustainability and reinvention in Mediterranean Tourism

The Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASCAME), the German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, Confederation of Egyptian European Business Association, organized on the 13th and 14th of July in Alexandria (Egypt) the 8th Mediterranean Tourism Forum (MEDITOUR), and met with its regional partners of the European project EBSOMED. More than 750 participants from 20 countries gathered at a key summit to discuss the new challenges of a strategic sector for the Mediterranean economy: tourism.

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