Posted on December 08, 2018

The four-day ‘Made in Qatar’ Exhibition came to close before yesterday. Held under the patronage of Prime Minister and Interior Minister H E Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, the expo was organised by Qatar Chamber in cooperation with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, in a strategic partnership with Qatar Development Bank and in coordination with Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The exhibition saw a great turnout as a number of visitors, especially from Omani businessmen, toured the pavilions of the participating companies, met with their Qatari business counterparts and officials of these companies, and introduced to the industries displayed. On the sidelines of the exhibition, many agreements were signed between Qatari and Omani companies to establish joint Qatari-Omani ventures in both countries. A number of Omani businessmen praised the industries showcased at the exhibition, saying that the expo introduced them to the investment opportunities available in Qatar and that they met with Qatari businessmen and discussed the possibility of establishing joint ventures in Qatar and Oman.

A delegation from the Central Municipal Council (CMC) visited the exhibition, where members of the delegation toured exhibitors and met a number of business owners and manufacturers. The members of the delegation appreciated the organising level of the expo and diversity of the participating industrial sectors. They said that the exhibition showed the extent of the development of the Qatari industry, especially in recent times, saying that the organisation of the exhibition in Oman would introduce the Qatari product.

source: Gulf Times

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