H.E. Abdullah Al Muwaiji, Chairman of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), received a delegation from the Ajman China Mall to enhance joint cooperation and discuss opportunities to attract Chinese investors to Ajman and ways to develop trade and direct investment. The delegation of the Ajman China Mall was headed by Luo Feng, General Manager. This meeting held at the Ajman Chamber's headquarters was also attended by Khawla Khalfan, Executive Director of the Support Services Sector. During the meeting, H.E. Al Muwaiji praised the strong economic relations between the UAE and China, as China is the UAE's largest non-oil trading partner. He also praised the success and continued growth of the China Mall's business in the emirate as it appeared as one of the attractive destinations for investors and shoppers in Ajman. He stressed that the Ajman Chamber is keen to communicate directly with its members and customers of the establishments and provide permanent support to enhance their sustainability and overcome existing and potential obstacles through joint cooperation with government entities concerned with economic affairs to facilitate doing business and provide integrated value-added services. Al Muwaiji stated that the emirate of Ajman is keen to attract investors and leading Chinese companies, especially in the fields of renewable energy, smart cities, logistical services, infrastructure, communications, transportation, innovations, and other fields that attract investments. He also explained that the Ajman Chamber, in conjunction with the Year of Sustainability and the UAE's readiness to host the World Climate Conference "COP 28", is taking strong steps to encourage its member companies and factories to adopt clean and alternative energy solutions, especially solar energy, which will open the way for leading Chinese companies to benefit from future investment opportunities. The attendees stressed the need for joint coordination to increase cooperation and discuss participation in exhibitions, conferences, and events organized in Ajman and China, in addition to holding joint meetings between representatives of government agencies and owners of establishments from both countries to discuss investment opportunities. For his part, Luo Feng, General Manager of Ajman China Mall, confirmed that the successive economic developments in Ajman enhanced the recovery of wholesale and retail trade in the emirate, especially in light of the medium geographical location and its attraction to citizens, residents, and tourists, which was reflected in the success of the China Mall with occupancy rate of about 90%.