Qatar's pavilion at the Trade Fair of the Member States of the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation (OIC), which concluded in Kuwait, was awarded as the best pavilion at the event.
Kuwait's Minister of Commerce and Industry Khaled Nasser al-Roudan, who is also Minister of State for Youth Affairs, handed over the award to director of business development at Qatar's Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC), Abdulbasit al-Aaji (pictured).
The MEC had organised the Qatari pavilion, which brought together representatives from the Qatar Chamber, Qatar Financial Centre and Economic Zones Company (Manateq), along with executives from 13 Qatari private companies.
Qatar's participation in the event led to the signing of agreements with a number of companies. These agreements will provide an opportunity to export a number of local products in the Gulf markets, according to a press statement by the MEC.
The statement noted that the pavilion sought to help attract investment into the country by hosting meetings among businesspersons and investors so that they get to know about the business environment in Qatar. A large number of people visited Qatar's pavilion in order to learn about Qatari national products and identify investment opportunities in Qatar.
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