Qatar Chamber held a meeting with a trade delegation from Republic of Uganda currently visiting Doha, under the chairmanship of Minister of the Presidency in the Ugandan Cabinet, HE Esther Mbulakubuza Mbayo. The two sides discussed the development of mutual investments and cooperation in tourism, food industry, Islamic banking, mining, oil and agriculture, and others.
During the meeting, the Ugandan minister invited Qatari businessmen to visit Uganda and learn about the available business opportunities and sectors that can be invested in the country. She said that her country welcomes Qatari investments and pledges to protect them within the investment climate and natural qualifications of the country, in addition to many other incentives that attract business to invest, including tax facilities, land ownership and others.
Vice President of Qatar Chamber Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Towar, said that Qatari businessmen are interested in knowing the investment opportunities available in Uganda, adding that Qatar attaches great importance to encouraging investment in Africa, especially the Republic of Uganda, which has natural resources and a geographical location that qualifies it to receive many foreign investments.
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