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The Ministry of Health (MOH) aims to provide comprehensive and integrative therapeutic, rehabilitative, and supportive health care, in line with the Islamic principles and the ethics of health practice. MOH carries out its mission in a way that satisfies the needs of the patients, their families and the community by upgrading health awareness and attaining justice in providing health services, whether in quality or quantity, throughout different parts of the Kingdom.

Dhahran International Exhibitions Company (DIEC) is one of the largest exhibition companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. DIEC is a leading organiser of exhibitions in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia and owns one of the most prestigious exhibition complexes in the region.

DIEC was launched and founded in 1985 by leading group of Saudi businessmen and investors. For almost 2 decades (20 years), it has achieved its goal in providing exhibitors a unique open gate in specialized trade show business throughout the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) and the Far East Countries.

Quality leadership and business excellence afforded DIEC the authority of being the sole organizer in the eastern province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Established in May 1952, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) comprises VIPS, enterprises and organizations representing the economic and trade sectors in China. It is the most important and the largest institution for the promotion of foreign trade in China.

The aims of the CCPIT are to operate and promote foreign trade, to use foreign investment, to introduce advanced foreign technologies, to conduct activities of Sino-foreign economic and technological cooperation in various forms, to promote the development of economic and trade relations between China and other countries and regions around the world, and to promote the mutual understanding and friendship between China and peoples and economic and trade circles of all nations around the world, in line with law and government policies of the People’s Republic of China.

With the approval of the Chinese government, the CCPIT started to adopt a separate name China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC)- in 1988, which is used simultaneously with the CCPIT. The CCPIT admits new members from among enterprises in all parts of China and promotes trade through its functions of information consultation, exhibition, legal assistance, etc.

Since ancient times, Bahrain has been a key trade and geographical centre in the Arabian Gulf. In the past it was an international passage for trade caravans coming and going through the Gulf and the Mediterranean, or in other direction towards the Indian subcontinent and the Far East. Hence Bahrain was highly reputed in the transit trade.

The people of this island came to have an instinctive feel for trade, and through their practice they gained an understanding of both local and foreign trade. In 1939, the first Chamber of Commerce in the Arabian Gulf was established in Bahrain under the name of the “General Traders’ Association” and continued under that name until 1945 when the name was changed to “Bahrain Chamber of Commerce”. Later it was in 1967 that it acquired the present name “Bahrain Chamber of Commerce & Industry”. (BCC & I).

The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry is considered one of the leading Chambers of Commerce and Industry in the region. It has kept pace with economic development in Bahrain since its inception. The Chamber has played an effective role in enhancing the importance of the role played by the private commercial and industrial sector in the country’s development. Since its launch, the Chamber has also contributed to the welfare and prosperity of the society through the development and support of its commercial and economic events, as well as providing various services to such events and broadening their scope to keep up with the aims of economic development in Bahrain.

The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry provides the following services:

  1. Attestation of documents, certificates and contracts
  2. Conducting studies in various economic fields
  3. Making available various economic laws, data and statistics
  4. Participating in the settlement of commercial and business disputes
  5. Providing a database of business and industrial establishments and foreign trade statistics
  6. Promoting exhibitions whether locally or abroad
  7. Encouraging national exports
  8. Promoting and marketing Bahrain and the available opportunities in the country
  9. Publicising investment opportunities and promoting them among the members
  10. Holding various seminars, conferences and forums.
  11. Contributing and participating in chambers federations and joint chambers
  12. Participating in the membership of different government committees
  13. Representing businessmen in all occasions and purposes
  14. Organising and supervising the sales events in co-operation with the concerned authorities
  15. Supporting national products

Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME) was formed in 2001 to optimise the utilisation of natural resources within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, spreading environmental awareness among all members of Saudi society and providing protection for the present and future generations. Any organisation looking to do business in the Saudi environmental market must obtain a license from PME.

K●A●CARE was established by Royal order A/35 of H.M. King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on 17th April 2010 with the fundamental aim of building a sustainable future for Saudi Arabia by developing a substantial alternative energy capacity fully supported by world-class local industries.

Saudi Arabia has a rapidly growing population that places an ever-increasing pressure on the country’s non-renewable hydrocarbon resources. Therefore, it was concluded that alternative, sustainable and reliable sources of energy for generating power and producing desalinated water should be introduced that will reduce consumption of the nation’s fossil fuel reserves. It was also determined that a balanced energy mix of alternative and conventional energy is strategically important to Saudi Arabia’s long-term prosperity, energy security, and its leading position in the global energy market.

Following extensive technical and economic analysis the decision has been taken to introduce atomic and renewable energy for a significant portion of Saudi Arabia’s future energy mix. The two sectors will provide substantial capacity, advanced technology, efficient use of resources and will be fully compliant with international best practices, conventions and treaties. Fulfillment of this decision enables the Kingdom to plan for increased demand for power and desalinated water whilst ensuring the rate of national development continues apace. The introduction of alternative resources now places Saudi Arabia to the fore in the development and utilization of atomic and renewable energy whilst providing numerous opportunities for national and international private sector companies to grow their businesses in the Kingdom, and Saudi nationals to enhance their knowledge and skills.

On 21 September 1975, the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) was established as an autonomous organization of the Saudi Government. The Commission is governed by a Board of Directors and its Chairman reports to the Council of Ministers. The Chairman’s office in Riyadh formulates the policies and oversees them besides implementing the same through the two Directorate Generals, one each for the cities of Jubail and Yanbu.
Our Vision
The best choice for investors in petrochemical and energy-intensive industries and the leading contributor to the Kingdom’s growth
Our Mission
Plan, promote, develop and manage Petrochemicals and Energy intensive industrial cities through successful customer focus and partnerships with investors, employees, communities and other stakeholders.
Accomplishment 
Pursuant to its Charter, the RCJY has developed and constructed a number of utility and other systems that provide the needed services to the industry and the community. These include the Seawater supply systems, the Potable and Waste Water systems, transport and telecommunication network, the community and other associated services. In the city of Yanbu, the RCJY generates and supplies electrical power in addition to the other services.On 2002, Marafiq Co. was established among the Government represented by RCJY and Public Investment Fund (PIF) in addition to Saudi Aramco, SABIC and some private enterprises to be responsible for all Water activities as well as Electrical Power at Jubail and Yanbu Industrial Cities.The overall development of Jubail and Yanbu accomplished with an investment of 84 billion Riyal has witnessed the creation of over 233 industries that have invested over 244 billion Riyal, providing employment for over 107.000 workers. The 154,000 residents of the two cities enjoy world class amenities and security.