Trade and economic relations and ways to develop them especially in fields of agriculture, industry and food security were discussed today between a South African business delegation and Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Qatar Chamber).
Qatar Chamber Deputy President Mohamed bin Ahmed bin Twar Al-Kuwari said the African continent is promising from an investment point of view and is being attracting investors from all over the world, explaining that the South African delegation, by offering a number of projects, would pave the road for future cooperation prospects.
He confirmed that Qatar Chamber would be ready to support South African companies to enter the Qatari market to establish genuine partnerships with Qatari businessmen to benefit the two countries’ economy, adding that Qatar Chamber encourages Qatari businessmen to explore available opportunities, particularly in the fields of construction, food processing, agricultural investment and others.
Al-Kuwari said investment opportunities are available in the Qatari market, especially that the state is implementing major projects to develop the infrastructure in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, pointing out that opportunities are available for businessmen from both sides to build genuine partnerships and benefit from the attractive climate in both Qatar and South Africa.
For his part, Recardo Andrews, the Director of International Trade and Investment Operating Unit in South Africa, reviewed the privileges available in South Africa which makes it a state with an appropriate climate for all investors, saying that was due to the economic status it assumes on the level of the African continent.(QNA)