Miami looks to enhance cooperation with Doha: Mayor Suarez
April 08 2018 08:48 PM
Qatar “Economic tour” exhibition, Miami
A view of the venue of exhibition held on the sidelines of the 'Economic tour' of the US.

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The City of Miami looked forward to strengthening its cooperation with Doha, especially in technology, said Miami mayor Francis X. Suarez.

He was speaking at the opening of the exhibition held on the sidelines of the “Economic tour” of the US, organised by the Ministry of Economy and Commerce in association with Qatari Businessmen Association and Qatar Chamber among others.


Mayor Suarez:  Impressed

Suarez said he was impressed by a presentation on Qatar and noted, “I am really impressed by Doha and looked forward to visiting your great city and creating long-lasting partnerships in various fields.”
Qatar Stock Exchange CEO Rashid bin Ali al-Mansoori said Qatar’s economic momentum was being reflected on the stock market. He also stressed on the importance of the QSE in the local economy and in attracting capital.
On QSE future plans, he said QSE was contemplating on a number of new listings and bringing several products to the market over the next few years.
“Qatar’s economic diversification plans and efforts towards creating a knowledge-based economy are being reflected positively on QSE. This is reflected on the growth of Qatari companies in many sectors.”


Al-Mansoori: Economic momentum

He said the Qatar Stock Exchange has cooperation with several US stock exchanges and financial institutions. 
“QSE will hold a series of meetings with US stock exchanges and major investment fund buyers in the US,” al-Mansoori said.


HE Sheikh Faisal: Key participant


Sheikh Khalifa: Chamber push


Abu Issa: Qatari entrepreneur

Among those present were QBA chairman HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani, Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani and prominent Qatari entrepreneur Ashraf Abu Issa.



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