HE Chairman of Qatar Chamber (QC) Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al-Thani has said that “Made in Qatar” Exhibition in Muscat has opened new horizons for joint cooperation with Oman’s business community.
QC’s Chairman said in a press statement that holding the 7th session of the exhibition in the Sultanate of Oman was the culmination of the distinguished relations between the private sector in the two countries, and reflects the true desire of business owners in both countries to establish joint trade and investment alliances. The exhibition offers the suitable platform to discuss these alliances and bring business owners closer to further trade and investment cooperation, he said.
His Excellency said that the high turnout by the Omani businessmen and the great interaction with the joint business forum accompanying the exhibition reflected the strong desire of the business sectors of the two countries to enhance joint cooperation and transfer it to higher levels to enhance trade and investment exchange between the two countries.
HE Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al-Thani praised the great efforts by the Oman Chamber of Commerce which contributed to the success of the exhibition and the accompanying forum, pointing out that the exhibition has gained great attention from the business sectors in Oman as it represents an important platform for presenting the Qatari industries and discussing bilateral cooperation in various fields of industry. About 240 companies representing five industrial sectors: furniture and furnishings, petrochemical industries, small and medium industries, food and beverage industries and other industries, have participated in the exhibition.
He explained that “Made in Qatar” exhibition aims at promoting the Qatari industries and exploring the needs of the Qatari market in new industries that meet local demand and supports the Qatari industrial exports by encouraging Qatari businessmen and foreign investors to establish industrial projects in Qatar and take advantage of the incentives provided by the State to encourage investment in industrial sectors.