Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani on Thursday met with several Kuwaiti businessmen on the sidelines of the 'Made in Qatar' expo in Kuwait.
The meetings reviewed enhancing co-operation between the private sector of both the countries and ways of forging partnerships and alliances and establishing joint ventures.
In this regard, Qatar-based Al Ahmadani Medical Company and Kuwait-based Kuwaiti-Omani entity signed a co-operation agreement to join hands in distributing a medical product produced by the latter.
Sheikh Jassim at one of the stalls at the 'Made in Qatar' expo in Kuwait
Sheikh Khalifa also toured the pavilions at the expo, alongside with Qatar’s ambassador to Kuwait, Bandar bin Mohamed al-Attiyah, as well as other Qatar Chamber officials including Sheikh Hamad bin Faysal al-Thani, Dr Khalid bin Klefeekh al-Hajri and Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi.
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