Qatar Chamber has presented the investment opportunities available in the countryâ€™s business sectors before the â€˜International Businesses Delegationâ€™ (IBD), which comprises company representatives from India, Bangladesh, Mozambique, the Philippines, Nepal, Canada, Malaysia, and Singapore, in a meeting held in Dohaon Sunday.
This success was driven by a number of sound policies established by the countryâ€™s wise leadership to open the economy and attract investments for industries and sectors that will cement Qatarâ€™s position as a leading regional trade and investment hub, said Qatar Chamber first vice-chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari.
Al-Kuwari also noted that this success was also supported by legislative reforms and laws that streamlined doing business in the country and attracted more investments in major sectors.
He called on companies participating in the summit to explore investment opportunities available in Qatar and to join hands with Qatari companies in development projects being undertaken within the framework of the Qatar National Vision 2030 and in preparations for the hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
IBD Summit president Yousuf al-Jaber said the event is an initiative that aims to make it easier for business owners in Qatar to open new avenues and opportunities for foreign investors. He noted that the IBD has collaborated with agencies like Qatar Chamber and the Qatar National Tourism Council.
Benjir Ahmed, a member of the Bangladesh Parliament and president of the Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies, said the IBD Summit provides a valuable opportunity for its members to discuss all business-related issues and affirms that it would play a crucial role in the development of world businesses.
He added that Qatar and Bangladesh can co-operate in private economic zones and in the hospitality, renewable energy, and LNG sectors.
Source: Gulf Times