Officials of Qatar Chamber held a meeting Monday with a delegation from the Dominican Republic led by the General Directorate of Public-Private Partnerships (DGAPP).
Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari met the members of the delegation in the presence of Bahsa Hazim, the ambassador of the Dominican Republic to the State of Qatar, and Izalia Lopez, the deputy director of Promotion of the DGAPP.
The meeting discussed commercial and economic ties between Qatar and the Dominican Republic and ways of enhancing them. It also reviewed investment opportunities available in both countries, as well as co-operation prospects between the Qatari private sector and its Dominican counterpart.
Lopez presented an overview of the Dominican economy and its investment climate, noting that she is looking forward to further promoting co-operation between both countries in all fields.
She also called on Qataris to invest in the country’s tourism, energy, real estate, infrastructure, and agriculture sector. The Dominican Republic offers many incentives for investment in many sectors and strives to become a regional logistic hub, Lopez stated.
Al-Kuwari underscored the chamber’s interest to strengthen co-operation between the private sectors of Qatar and the Dominican Republic and promote investment opportunities, considering Qatar’s policies aimed at achieving economic diversification and opening new investments abroad.
He said the Qatari market is “attractive and promising,” and welcomes co-operation between companies from both countries in all sectors.
Hazim said the delegation’s visit aims to bridge relations between the private sectors of both countries and to inform Qatari businessmen on the investment opportunities available in the Dominican Republic.