Thu 14-10-2021 17:59 PM
DUBAI, 14th October, 2021 (WAM) -- Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Dubai Chamber) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Angola-UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry, to facilitate knowledge sharing and cooperation between the two chambers.
Announced on the sidelines of the Global Business Forum Africa (GBF) 2021, taking place at Expo 2020 Dubai, the agreement establishes a framework for developing stronger business relations between the parties and establishes cooperation procedures to enhance the achievement of their respective economic objectives.
Under the terms of the MoU, two chambers will promote trade in their respective countries, exchange information on trade opportunities and investment potential, organize prospective business missions, study trips, commercial events, trade fairs, exhibitions, seminars and training sessions for the mutual benefit of their members. In addition, the chambers will send and receive business delegations and encourage joint ventures among their members.
The MoU was signed by Hamad Buamim, President and CEO of Dubai Chamber, and Braulio Martins, President and CEO of Angola-UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in the presence of, officials and representatives from both chambers.
Buamim described the MoU as an important development that will strengthen trade ties between Angola and Dubai and create new channels of business exchange. With four representative offices located in Africa, Dubai Chamber looks forward to providing all necessary assistance and support to ensure that Dubai-Angola business relations continue to flourish, he added.
"This agreement will lead to abiding bonds between the business communities of Angola and Dubai by promoting and facilitating economic and commercial cooperation in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations. In addition to fostering a favourable business environment, the agreement promotes joint ventures through - among other initiatives – the organising of business missions, study trips, seminars, training, symposiums and commercial events for the benefit of both our chambers’ members," Martins said.