During the meeting with Malaysian delegates at Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
PHOTO BY SCCI
SHARJAH – Sharjah is looking to establish investment partnerships with the business community in Malaysia, an official of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) said.
Mohammad Ahmed Amin Al Awadi, SCCI Director-General, recently received a delegation from Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), headed by MATRADE Trde Commissioner Omar Mohammed Saleh.
The meeting dealt with topics of common interest and means of developing and enhancing exports, trade, and investment exchange between Sharjah and Malaysia.
“This meeting comes as part of the joint endeavors of both sides to establish new and promising investment partnerships that help develop prospects and areas of mutual cooperation between Sharjah’s business community and their counterparts in Malaysia,” Al Awadi said.
Al Awadi highlighted the long-standing relations between Sharjah and Malaysia since the bilateral cooperation agreement signed in 1994.
Al Awadi went on to say that the chamber is keen to provide all means of support and facilities that encourage the Malaysian business community to invest in Sharjah and benefit from its strategic location as a distinguished economic hub at the regional level. ICA/Expat Media
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