The Chamber may participate in setting up joint chambers, provided that the agreements to be concluded for establishing such joint chambers shall determine the objectives and powers thereof
2. Looking after the interests of the members of the chamber, providing them with the services they need to carry out their activities and commercial transactions, protecting their rights and surveying their opinions and presenting them to the departments concerned, and co-operating with the competent authorities to solve their problems.
3. Encouraging co-operation between the members of the chamber and strengthening their mutual relations and their links with government establishments, business and professional organizations operating in the various economic sectors.
4. Co-operating with the ministries, government departments and establishments, and with local, regional and international chambers of commerce, associations, organizations and bodies in order to coordinate actions regarding common economic, technical, and administrative matters, and to exchange expertise with regard to the Chamber’s endeavors to carry out its functions and achieve its aims.
5. Undertaking to consolidate the state's economic position and to highlight its role as an international commercial and business center and to organize the functions and programmed required to promote the states's economy, and its commercial establishments, both internally and externally.