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Qatar & Uzbekistan trade ties: All you need to know

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The meeting focused on improving trade and economic cooperation between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Uzbekistan

Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Twar Al Kuwari, First Vice Chairman of the Qatar Chamber, had a video call meeting with Rasulov Dilshod Ozodovich, Deputy Chairman of the Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Also present at the meeting were Mahmoud Mahmudov, Economic Advisor at the Uzbekistan Embassy in Doha, and Ahmed Abu Nahia, Director of Public Relations at the Chamber.

The meeting focused on improving trade and economic cooperation between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Uzbekistan. They also discussed the key sectors investors from both countries can explore and the activation of previously signed agreements between the chambers of commerce in Qatar and Uzbekistan.

During the meeting, it was agreed to hold a meeting of the Qatari-Uzbekistan Business Council in Doha next September. It was also agreed to make the necessary arrangements to organise a visit by a delegation of Qatari businessmen to Uzbekistan in October of this year.

Bin Twar emphasised that Uzbekistan is an important destination for Qatari businessmen who are keen to learn about investment opportunities there. He stressed the Qatar Chamber’s support for Qatari-Uzbekistani partnerships and joint projects.

Bin Twar emphasised the importance of investment incentives and legislation that protects foreign investments in Uzbekistan. He explained that the planned visit to Uzbekistan will enable Qatari businessmen to become closely acquainted with the investment climate there and build trade relations with their counterparts from Uzbekistan. This is expected to be reflected in the volume of trade between the two countries.

The Vice President of the Uzbekistan Chamber mentioned that businessmen in his country have a strong interest in entering the Qatari market and establishing projects in partnership with Qatari counterparts.

He added that the upcoming meetings in September and October will allow both sides to learn more about the business climate and available opportunities.

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