Qatar Chamber held a meeting Monday with a delegation from the Arab-Mexican Chamber for Industry and Commerce headed by its regional manager for Mena Dina Barakat.
During the meeting, which reviewed co-operation ties between the Qatari and Mexican private sectors, Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari said there are numerous fields for co-operation between Qatari companies and their Mexican counterparts.
He also welcomed the need for members of Qatar’s economic sectors to foster co-operation with the Mexican side in many fields, including tourism, industry, and agriculture, even as he pointed out that there are Mexican products in the Qatari market.
Al-Kuwari briefed the visiting delegation on Qatar's economy and the incentives offered by the government to attract investments, as well as the legislative reforms, laws, and economic incentives of free and economic zones, adding that the state of Qatar is putting premium on food security, wherein “the country achieved great success in this regard.”
In turn, Barakat said the Arab-Mexican Chamber for Industry and Commerce is seeking to boost the co-operation ties between Qatar and Mexico, and enhancing co-operation of both countries’ businessmen to build new partnerships for the advantage their economies.
She also noted that a commercial delegation from Mexico will be visiting Qatar in October to explore the Qatari market and meet their Qatari counterparts to review co-operation relations.
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