Qatar Chamber First Vice-Chairman HE Mohamed bin Twar Al Kuwari on Wednesday met with Head of the Commercial Representative of the Sultanate of Oman in Qatar Ishaq bin Khalfan Al Busaidi to review commercial ties and ways to enhance them, as well as ways to develop mutual investments between the private sector in both countries.
On his part, HE Mohamed Al Kuwari stressed that the commercial relations between both countries are growing fast, noting that Qatar has various successful investments and projects in Oman.
HE also indicated that Qatari businessmen are interested in learning about the investment opportunities available in Oman, adding that there is room for the private sector in both countries to develop their trade relations in various fields.
He also asserted that Qatar Chamber always encourages Qatari businessmen to invest in Oman and forge partnerships with their Oman counterparts.
Al Kuwari said that Qatar Chamber organised a successful edition of the “Made in Qatar” expo in Oman which ended with fruitful conclusions and gained large participation and held many visits to for Qatari businessmen to Oman, assuring that these visits helped in further developing commercial relations between the two countries.
“We are keen on organising a business visit for Qatari businessmen to Oman to review investment opportunities available there and meet with their Omani counterparts,” he said.
On his part, Ishaq Al Busaidi said that his visit to the Chamber aimed to coordinate to strengthen relations between the private sector in the two brotherly countries, discuss ways to enhance cooperation between Qatari and Omani business owners, and to introduce the investment opportunities available in Oman in various sectors including tourism, industry, agriculture, and fish farming sectors, as well as opportunities available in Al Duqm Zone.
Al Busaidi also assured the importance to hold a Qatar-Oman business forum to bring together businessmen and investors willing to do business in Oman and review the most important opportunities galore in Omani projects.