Ministry of Economy and Commerce is taking part in the three-day International Products Exhibition and Conference 2018 (IPEC) that begins at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre here on October 8.
The event is being held under the patronage of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani.
Among the participants are government officials, politicians, entrepreneurs, and businessmen from a number of countries.
The exhibition will host a Qatari pavilion that will bring together representatives of several ministries and government bodies as well as a number of local companies supervised by the Qatar Chamber and Qatar Development Bank.
The ministry’s participation in the exhibition reflects Qatar’s keenness to strengthen economic cooperation and bolster bilateral trade with its key partners around the world while contributing to efforts to bolster the role of the Qatari private sector in building effective partnerships with counterparts around the world.
During the exhibition, the ministry will shed light on laws and regulations governing investments as well as the incentives that Qatar offers to investors. The ministry will also outline key economic sectors that offer promising investment opportunities as well as legislative incentives aimed at regulating the investment sector.
The ministry will also highlight the investor-friendly business environment and the solid economic growth rates as well as the state’s efforts to enhance coordination and cooperation among all government agencies to promote an attractive investment environment.
It will hold meetings with businessmen and potential investors to familiarise them with investment opportunities in Qatar and the development of a safe investment environment, which has transformed Qatar into an attractive investment hub.
At the pavilion, the ministry will review the terms and requirements for the extraction of a commercial record, commercial licenses and will familiarise the public with the smart electronic services it offers through its website and mobile App.
The exhibition, which is attended by several representatives from Kuwait, Oman, Jordan, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Azerbaijan and Tajikistan, presents a key opportunity to strengthen Qatar's relations with its leading partners from around the world.Last updated: October 07 2018 01:09 AM
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