‘Qatar-China Investment Forum’ kicks-off in Xiamen
September 08 2019 09:13 PM
Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari
Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari is representing the country’s private sector during the three-day conference

Qatar Chamber and the Qatar Free Zones Authority are participating in the ‘Qatar-China Investment Forum,’ which kicks-off Monday in Xiamen, China.
The forum is being held on the sidelines of the ‘China International Fair for Investment and Trade’ (CIFIT 2019), which will run until September 11, Qatar Chamber announced in a statement Sunday.
Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari is representing the country’s private sector during the three-day conference, which is held every September.
“The Qatar-China Investment Forum is an important platform for reviewing the sectors that are at the top of investment priorities and offering promising investment opportunities for those interested to open the way for them to participate effectively in the active investment movement witnessed by the State of Qatar,” the chamber said.
Qatar Chamber and the Qatar Free Zones Authority are also joining the management of the Xiamen Xiangyu Free Trade Zone and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) during the event.
With the themes ‘Introducing FDI’ and ‘Going Global,’ the CIFIT is China’s only international investment promotion event aimed at facilitating bilateral investment. It's also the largest global investment event approved by the Global Association of the Exhibition industry.
The CIFIT focuses on investment and the promotion of investment policies and coordinated development of the national and regional economy, as well as economic and trade exchanges.
The event includes a series of interrelated activities, such as the Investment and Trade Fair, the International Investment Forum, a series of seminars on key investment issues, and seminars on the reconciliation of investment projects.



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