A meeting between a number of Qatari businessmen and Danish counterparts was held Tuesday at Qatar Chamber for Commerce and Industry (QCCI) with the aim of boosting and developing cooperation between the two countries in the economic and commercial fields.
QCCI Vice Chairman Mohamed bin Ahmed bin Tawar Al Kuwari said he hopes the meeting will be an opportunity to discuss ways of enhancing bilateral economic relations, noting that they are similar in terms of high living standards and are ranked among countries with the highest per capita income.
He added that such similarity paves the way for building bridges of cooperation between the two sides in the sectors of trade, industry, services, technology and education, noting that many Danish firm, work in Qatar and contribute to its renaissance, referring to Maersk, which is in charge of developing the biggest oil field in Qatar.
He said the open Qatari and Danish markets are full of investment opportunities that businessmen of both countries are keen to benefit from and explore.
In turn, Merete Juhl, the Danish non-resident ambassador to Doha, said the relations between her country and Qatar are good, highlighting culture and monuments as key areas of exchange.
She added that she is working hard to build strong ties between the two countries on all fronts through visits of Danish ministers to Qatar to enhance these ties.
Asked about sectors targeted by Danish firms in Qatar, the ambassador said the main sectors are those that Denmark has expertise in such as green energy, sustainable energy, healthcare, education, construction engineering and oil. (QNA)
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