Muscat, The Sultanate, represented by Oman

Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) will host on November 5th,

activities of the 7th edition of “MADE IN QATAR” exhibition, which will

be held at Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre. The 5-day exhibition

will be organized by Qatar Chamber with participation of 200 Qatari

companies specialized in various economic sectors.

These details were unveiled during a press conference held at the

OCCI HQs’ today.

Dr. Salim bin Sulaiem al-Junaibi, OCCI Deputy Chairman said that the

Omani-Qatari relations witnessed a significant development in various

fields, especially in the economic area, in order to enhance the joint

ties between the two brotherly countries. This is evident in the

significant increase in trade volume and in the growth of joint

investments.

On his turn, Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi, Director General of Qatar

Chamber said that MADE IN QATAR exhibition is an ideal platform to

display the Qatari industries and the progress they made.

The exhibition aims to promote the Qatari industries and products

locally and globally, encourage the use of Qatari products, reduce

dependence on imports and encourage investors and entrepreneurs to

invest in industrial projects.

The exhibition is a great opportunity for companies and institutions in

the two countries to share their experiences with international

companies and open up new foreign markets to Qatari companies

through partnerships with their Omani counterparts.

On the sidelines of the exhibition, the Oman-Qatar Business Forum

will be held to discuss mechanisms and means of developing and

strengthening relations between the two sides and removing all

obstacles and barriers that prevent the flow of goods and investments

between the two countries.

During the press conference, a cooperation protocol was signed

between OCCI and its Qatari counterpart to activate the Omani-Qatari

Businessmen Council.

Source: Oman News Agency