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Cuba, Al Sharjah Chambers of Commerce to boost trade cooperation

Cuba, Al Sharjah Chambers of Commerce to boost trade cooperation

Havana, Feb 17 (Prensa Latina) The Presidents of the Chambers of Commerce of Al Sharjah and Cuba have analyzed how to enhance joint work to boost two-way trade and economic cooperation.

Abdullah Sultan Al Owais and Antonio Carricarte also studied the investment openings available and praised the significance of strengthening communication mechanisms to organize business visits, missions and business delegations.

According to the Cuban Chamber of Commerce´s official website, such a cooperation will open up doors to business communities and attract new investments to both countries.

During a meeting, as part of ExpoDubai2020, Mr. Al Owais expressed his interest in exchanging investments and strengthening commercial and tourist activity between the two nations, hoping to strengthen economic ties and making the most of its great resources.

Likewise, he highlighted facilities offered by the Sharjah Commerce Chamber to support private sector and business environment, as well as its role in developing local business relations and those of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in general.

Plus, Mr. Al Owais stated Al Sharjah is a gateway to the Gulf and regional markets, thanks to its strategic location and updated logistics services.

Mr. Carricarte, on the other hand, praised UAE´s prominent stance at the regional and international levels, while expressing his country’s desire to strengthen relations and boost trade between the two nations, thus opening the way for investment for the benefit of businessmen in the two countries.


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