Qatar Chamber represented employers during its recent participation in the 112th International Labour Conference (ILC) held in Geneva, Switzerland.

Engineer Nasser Ahmed al-Meer, the chairman’s Consultant for Labour Affairs, led the delegation, which included Abdulaziz Saleh al-Kuwari, Mohamed Saad al-Mohannadi, Alanoud Zayed al-Mohannadi, and Alhanouf Nasser al-Rumaihi.

In his remarks, al-Meer said the world is witnessing many challenges posed by global fluctuations in energy markets and the need to diversify income sources. He highlighted vast opportunities in emerging sectors like green technology and sustainable practices, opening doors for Qatari businesses to explore new avenues.

He outlined Qatar’s efforts to support business sectors and provide incentives for local and foreign investors, thereby boosting the competitiveness of the national economy at the international level.

Al-Meer also emphasised that economic sustainability is the cornerstone of Qatar National Vision 2030, commending the Qatari private sector’s role in supporting this vision by adopting environmentally and socially responsible practices.

Qatar is keen to establish strong partnerships with other countries to enhance trade and investment, noted al-Meer, who also stressed that these partnerships not only increase trade and investments but also foster the exchange of expertise and technology and open new markets.

He underscored Qatar’s strong belief in human capital as a pillar for achieving sustainable development, highlighting its commitment to training and qualifying the Qatari workforce.

Al-Meer further pointed out that the Qatari business community focuses on adopting modern technology and innovations across various fields to develop businesses and develop new products that meet the ever-changing market demands.