Qatar and El Salvador chambers discuss trade

 23 May 2016 - 1:33

Qatar and El Salvador chambers discuss trade

 

 

Deputy Chairman of Qatar Chamber,  Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Towar, and other officials at the meeting.

DOHA: Qatar Chamber (QC) and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of El Salvador yesterday discussed means of enhancing joint trade exchange and diversifying partnerships between businessmen of Qatar and the Republic of El Salvador. 
The meeting held at the Qatar Chamber highlighted business opportunities in the two countries and discussed partnerships between Qatari businessmen and their Salvadoran counterparts. 
The meeting was held in the presence of Deputy Chairman of Qatar Chamber Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Towar, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of El Salvador, Javier Steiner, Guillermo Rubio Funes, Ambassador of the Republic of El Salvador to Qatar and Qatar Chamber Board Member, Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Obaidli, QNA reported. 
Bin Towar stressed Qatari Businessmen’s interesting to identify the investment opportunities available in the Salvadoran market, especially in the field of tourism, real estate and services, pointing out that the State of Qatar is rich in investment opportunities in all sectors. 
He also noted the State of Qatar’s orientation in the coming period to make a room to expand the private sector’s role in order to undertake an active role in the implementation of projects, expressing his hope that the meeting was fruitful between the two sides. 
He stressed Qatar Chamber’s keenness to supply the El Salvadoran side with all investment data and information, pointing out that the bilateral cooperation between the two chambers would serve the interest of the private sector in Qatar and El Salvador. 
For his part, Steiner said that his country has emerging investment opportunities in energy, food, banking and services sectors, describing its economy as dynamic and has sectors which are rapidly growing. 
El Salvador is characterised by a strategic location being situated in the heart of the Americas and has direct flights to more than 33 destinations, he added . 
He stressed his country’s keenness to encourage foreign investment through various laws and legislation, noting that El Salvador grants tax exemptions to investors.The Peninsula