Hebron Investment



                                                         

Who are we?

Investment Data Bank (Invest.DB) is a dynamic website that serves as a one stop shop (OSS) for potential investors. Through the OSS investors could acquire information to develop their investment idea, feasibility studies, and on the legal environment and related laws and regulations in Palestine.

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  INV. MAP of Hebron
 

  Hebron Chamber
 

Hebron Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HCCI) is a service, non-profit and membership-based organization organization that was established in the year 1953 with capabilities that meets the requirements at that time. Since then

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Under the patronage of His Excellency Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas “Abu Mazen”, HCCI is seeking the oportunity looking of holding The “International Conference on Sustainable Economic Development”, in partnership with a number of local and international organizations. The conference comes as part of HCCI’s fulfillment of its vision “Hebron, the citadel of the Palestinian economy, led by a distinguished chamber of commerce”. The conference aims to shed the light on Palestine and specifically Hebron governorate. The idea behind this distinguished economic activity is to mark sixty-year anniversary of establishing HCCI, which falls on 05/21/2013.

HCCI, the organizer of this activity, has in mind the requirements of the organizations, institutions involved in economic affairs to develop a network of relationships, and to share the experiences and knowledge of businessmen, who will tell the stories of how they started and how they reached where they are now.

Accordingly, this conference will be an international economic event distinguished by its attendance, content and expected outcomes. HCCI is working to lobby economic institutions, Chambers of Commerce, Local, Arab, regional and international businessmen.

Several activities will also be held during the conference, including the local industries exhibition and B2B meetings gathering local and international businessmen.


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