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Dubai Chamber begins ‘Remote Work’ plan to curb COVID-19 spread

The initiative will add to measures taken by the Chamber to ensure the safety of its employees and customers

Dubai Chamber begins ‘Remote Work’ plan to curb COVID-19 spread. [representative image]
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Dubai Chamber begins ‘Remote Work’ plan to curb COVID-19 spread. [representative image]

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry will launch a partial ‘Remote Work’ programme as part of preventive measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).

The initiative, which will be implemented in coordination with relevant government entities, will add to measures taken by the Chamber to ensure the safety of its employees and customers, as well as the extended business continuity.

The Chamber’s smart services include certificate of origin service; attestation service; chamber membership; business research and intelligence; legal services; issuance of ATA Carnet; Dubai Chamber CSR Label; credit rating; business groups and councils; Dubai Association Centre services, among others, the state-run news agency, Wam, reported.

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