QC Vice-Chairman calls on Brazilian firms to invest in Qatar


Qatar Chamber First Vice Chairman HE Mohamed bin Twar Al-Kuwari met on Monday with a Brazilian trade delegation led by Rafael Solimeo, Head of the International Office at the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, and his accompanying delegation.

The meeting touched on economic and commercial relations between both countries and ways to enhance them and ways to enhance cooperation between private sectors in Qatar and Brazil, in addition to exploring investment opportunities galore on both sides and promoting Brazilian products in Qatar.

Speaking at the meeting, HE Mohamed bin Twar stressed the Chamber’s interest in boosting cooperation between Qatari and Brazilian companies in many sectors such as agriculture, food security, energy, construction, and mining, calling Brazilian companies to invest in Qatar.

HE also said that Brazil can be one of Qatar’s prominent trade partners in terms of food security, confirming Qatar’s interest to develop this sector and facilitate achieving self-sufficiency in all products.

HE also emphasized that the Chamber encourages Qatari businessmen and investors to explore opportunities in Brazil and is ready to help Brazilian investors learn about the most attractive sector for investment in Qatar.

On his part, Rafael Solimeo said that there are broad vistas for cooperation between Qatar and Brazil chambers, noting that this paves the way for both countries’ companies to establish new partnerships in various sectors.

“Brazil is a prime destination for investment and welcomes Qatari investors in many areas like energy, farming, infrastructure, industry, mining, solar power, and technology,”, he added.

Solimeo invited Qatari companies and investors to attend the ‘Economic Forum Brazil and Arab Countries” to be held on July 4 in Sao Paulo, pointing to the possibility to organize a business visit to a Brazilian delegation to Qatar to bring together businessmen from both countries to explore new areas for cooperation in business and investment.

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