Today, Qatar Chamber discussed with a Gambian trade delegation aspects of economic and trade cooperation between the two sides, and ways to develop bilateral relations between the private sectors in the two countries.
This came during a meeting that brought together Mr. Ali Busharbak Al Mansouri, Assistant Director General for Government Relations and Committees Affairs at the Qatar Chamber, and Mr. Lamen Damfa, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment in the Republic of The Gambia, and his accompanying delegation.
Ali Abu Sharbak Al Mansouri said that there is a strong desire on the part of the Qatari side towards developing trade and economic relations with the Gambian side, noting that there is an opportunity between businessmen in the two countries to enter into partnerships and economic alliances. Al-Mansoori pointed out that the Qatar Chamber is keen to develop cooperation with the Gambia Chamber, and that there is a cooperation agreement between the two chambers of the two countries, and that there is a memorandum of understanding to establish a Qatari-Gambian business council, stressing the importance of activating these agreements and intensifying mutual business visits between the two countries to enhance cooperation between the sector. Qatari and Gambian private.
He also gave an overview of the Qatar Chamber and the services and activities it provides to serve the interests of business owners and companies in Qatar, and to promote the Qatari economy and the private sector outside the country.
In turn, Mr. Lamen Damfa said that the visit of the Gambian delegation aims to enhance trade cooperation with the State of Qatar, and to discuss ways to develop business between the Qatari private sector and its Gambian counterpart, and indicated that there are great investment opportunities for Qatari business owners, calling on Qatari investors to visit his country to learn about the opportunities. The available investment and the most prominent economic sectors provided by his country as a member of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which is a large market for more than 300 million people.
He also expressed his aspiration to see Qatari investments in the Gambia in various sectors and to benefit from the incentives provided by the state, pointing to his country’s keenness to enhance trade exchange with Qatar and the possibility of importing Gambian products to Qatar.
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