Chamber officials from Qatar and Kuwait will inaugurate today a joint business forum that aims to discuss ways to enhance trade relations and review investment opportunities in both the countries.
The Qatari-Kuwaiti Business Forum held in Kuwait will be inaugurated by Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim bin Mohamed al-Thani and Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairman Ali Mohamed al-Ghanim.
The forum highlights the two-day business trip of a delegation from Qatar led by Sheikh Khalifa, which includes 55 businessmen representing different economic and business sectors.
In a statement, Qatar Chamber said the trip also aims to build alliances and joint ventures between Qatari and Kuwaiti businessmen. The forum, on the other hand, will also include a series of dialogue and B2B meetings between both parties.
The forum will also present the highlight of the Qatar National Vision 2030, Kuwait Vision 2035, public-private partnership projects, and investment opportunities available in both countries.
Qatar Chamber director-general Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi said: “This visit comes in the framework of Qatar Chamber’s efforts to promote trade and investment opportunities between both sides for the benefit of the Qatari private sector.”
He lauded the “strong fraternal relations” between Qatar and Kuwait, which contribute to the development of co-operation ties between businessmen of both countries. He said the business forum will provide a good opportunity for businessmen to explore the investment opportunities available in both countries.
“It will also see the establishment of many trade partnerships and alliances between Qatari and Kuwaiti companies for the advantage of both economies,” he added.
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