Hassad, Qatar’s premier investor in food sector signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government of Rwanda, represented by Rwanda Development Board.
The MoU aims to commence cooperation between the two sides, and explore possible investment opportunities in the agricultural and food sectors.
Commenting on the occasion, Hassad CEO Mohammed Badr Al Sadah said: "We’ve signed the MoU with the Rwandan side in line with Hassads new vision and strategy to become a successful strategic investor in the global food and agriculture value chains".
"We are currently working on identifying suitable business opportunities in several countries, as well as signing agreements, which are in line with Hassads new strategy," Al Sadah added.
In addition to Qatar, Hassad has several investments in Australia and Oman, and is currently planning for expand its operations to several other countries.
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