Qatar Chamber (QC) has announced that two agreements have been signed between Qatari and Turkish companies to start joint projects.
The agreements were penned at the sidelines of a visit by a Qatari delegation to the Turkish city of Izmir, led by Mohammed Mehdi Al Ahbabi, Member of the Board of Directors of Qatar Chamber and head of delegation.
“The discussions held by the Qatari delegation participating in the meetings in Turkey over the last two days had yielded positive results, as important agreements and partnerships had been concluded between businessmen from both sides. Two agreements were signed between Qatari and Turkish companies to start joint projects,” said Al Ahbabi.
He stressed the importance of increasing the volume of trade exchange with Turkey, and strengthening partnerships between the private sector in both countries not only on the level of exchange of goods, but for the implementation of joint industrial and productive projects. Qatari delegation also visited a number of Turkish companies following meetings with their counterparts.
The meetings aimed at enhancing trade relations between the two countries, reviewing investment opportunities in Qatar and Turkey and possible alliances between businessmen and companies from both sides. Bilateral trade volume between the countries reached $600m in the first half of this year.
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