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Abu Dhabi Chamber discusses trade and investment cooperation with Costa Rica

Mr. Abdullah Ghurair Al Qubaisi, Deputy Director General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has received Mr. Pedro Beirute, CEO of Costa Rica Trade Promotion Authority (CINDE), at the Chamber’s tower in Abu Dhabi.

Both sides discussed increasing trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.


During the meeting, Al Qubaisi praised the solid bilateral relations and economic cooperation between Abu Dhabi and Costa Rica, expressing his pleasure for the visit. He made clear that the authorities in Abu Dhabi has provided all the necessary means and facilities to attract foreign investments in a number of pivotal sectors including transportation, education, financial services, telecommunications, biotechnology, petrochemicals, medical equipment, aviation, healthcare and agriculture.

Al Qubaisi pointed to the importance of exchanging visits and introducing Costa Rican businesses to the business and investment environment in Abu Dhabi considering the interest of both Abu Dhabi and CINDE in strengthening their bilateral relations and increasing the volume of businesses and trade exchange to satisfactory levels.

The Deputy Director General emphasized that the Abu Dhabi Chamber is completely prepared to support Costa Rican companies desirous of investing in Abu Dhabi and providing them with all the necessary facilities to make their investments a success.

For his part, Pedro Beirute, CEO of CINDE, praised the hospitality of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, saying that the Emirate of Abu Dhabi was successful in enhancing its position as a top destination for businesses regionally and internationally.

He added that there are great investment opportunities available for Emirati businesses in Costa Rica, especially in the sectors of agriculture, tourism and infrastructure.

The ambassador of Costa Rica to the UAE attended the meeting.