QFC silver sponsor to Made in China

صالح الشرقيQatar Chamber (QC) has announced that the  Qatar Financial Center
(QFC) will support Made in China Expo 2015 as a silver  sponsor.

The exhibition , to be held for the first time in Qatar, will be hosted by Qatar Chamber under the patronage of HE Sheikh Abdulla bin Nasser Al Thani , Prime Minister and Minister of Interior from 14 to 16 December 2015 at the Doha Exhibition Center.

Qatar Chamber Acting General Manager Saleh Al Sharqi signed the agreement with Sheikh Salman bin Hassan Al-Thani , Chief Strategic & Business Development  Officer .

For his part , Al Sharqi said , in a statement released yesterday by QC ,that both  QC and QFC  are keen to develop the Qatari private sector and to enhance national economic diversification. He also emphasized the central role played by the QFC in encouraging  national companies and attracting international companies willing to operate in Qatar.

Al Sharqi added :” We are honored to have the QFC’s sponsorship of the Expo which Qatar is hosting for the first time, to shed light on the most prominent leading Chinese companies in infrastructure, technology and construction areas.”

Sheikh Salman praised the QC’s cooperation ,saying:”  The exhibition provides a platform for Chinese and Qatari companiQFC SHEIKH SALMAN AL THANIes to exchange expertise and expand and bolster cooperative ties for the advantage of Qatari and Chinese economies”.

Sheikh Salman also paid tribute to QC’s efforts in supporting the economic and commercial partnership with other countries.

Over 100 reputable Chinese companies will display their products in  an area of 5000 sqm so , providing an ideal to support the non-hydrocarbon industries in Qatar.


QFC Profile

The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is an onshore business and financial centre located in Doha, providing an excellent platform for firms to do business in Qatar and the region. The QFC offers its own legal, regulatory, tax and business environment, which allows 100% foreign ownership, 100% repatriation of profits, and charges a competitive rate of 10% corporate tax on locally sourced profits.

The QFC welcomes a broad range of financial and non-financial services firms.

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