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FCCI, in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Chamber, organize the UAE-Syria Private Sector Forum



His Excellency
Mohammed Thani Murshid Al Rumaithi, Chairman of the UAE Chambers and the Abu
Dhabi Chamber, and Mr. Mohamed Hamsho, head of the Syrian Trade Delegation and
Secretary-General of the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Commerce, were present
during the forum, which focused on highlighting the investment sectors of
mutual interest as well as the investment opportunities in the Syrian private
sector particularly those related to trade, industry, infrastructure,
agriculture, tourism, logistics, and renewable energy.




In his welcoming
remarks, Al Rumaithi pointed to the UAE business community's interest in
investment opportunities available in Syria's private sector, emphasizing on
the strategic importance of building commercial partnerships in different
sectors. He added that the UAE-Syria Private Sector Forum has brought together
a diverse group of Emirati and Syrian businessmen and investors to discuss
investment climate and opportunities which would create new trade partnerships
and projects.




H.E. Al Rumaithi noted
that the forum is a great opportunity for businessmen and the private sector to
conduct fruitful meetings and to take a closer look at the business
environment.

 



The UAE Federation of
UAE Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FCCI), in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi
Chamber of Commerce and Industry, have organized the UAE-Syria Private Sector
Forum at the St. Regis Hotel in Abu Dhabi to discuss the potential of enhancing
investment and commercial ties between UAE businessmen with their Syrian
counterparts across many sectors.

His Excellency
Mohammed Thani Murshid Al Rumaithi, Chairman of the UAE Chambers and the Abu
Dhabi Chamber, and Mr. Mohamed Hamsho, head of the Syrian Trade Delegation and
Secretary-General of the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Commerce, were present
during the forum, which focused on highlighting the investment sectors of
mutual interest as well as the investment opportunities in the Syrian private
sector particularly those related to trade, industry, infrastructure,
agriculture, tourism, logistics, and renewable energy.

In his welcoming
remarks, Al Rumaithi pointed to the UAE business community's interest in
investment opportunities available in Syria's private sector, emphasizing on
the strategic importance of building commercial partnerships in different
sectors. He added that the UAE-Syria Private Sector Forum has brought together
a diverse group of Emirati and Syrian businessmen and investors to discuss
investment climate and opportunities which would create new trade partnerships
and projects.

H.E. Al Rumaithi noted
that the forum is a great opportunity for businessmen and the private sector to
conduct fruitful meetings and to take a closer look at the business
environment.

For his part, Mohamed
Hamsho said that the visit of the Syrian business delegation seeks to open up
new horizons and build partnerships in trade and investment. He called on the
UAE private sector to invest in various business and trade activities in Syria.

The UAE-Syria Private
Sector Forum has showcased the most important investment opportunities and the
available incentives for Emirati investors, which were presented by Chairmen
and heads of Syrian Chambers and Syrian businessmen who spoke of promising
investment sectors including tourism, services, industry, renewable energy,
trade and construction. They expressed their ambition to establish trade
partnerships between the Emirati private sector and the Syrian one and to
benefit from the long experience of the Emirati private sector in trade and
investment.





The UAE-Syria Private
Sector Forum has showcased the most important investment opportunities and the
available incentives for Emirati investors, which were presented by Chairmen
and heads of Syrian Chambers and Syrian businessmen who spoke of promising
investment sectors including tourism, services, industry, renewable energy,
trade and construction. They expressed their ambition to establish trade
partnerships between the Emirati private sector and the Syrian one and to
benefit from the long experience of the Emirati private sector in trade and
investment.