Qatar Chamber yesterday discussed enhancing co-operation at a meeting with a delegation from the Turkish province Duzce, headed by Zulkif Dagli, its governor.
The two sides discussed investment opportunities in the fields of tourism and real estate in the Turkish province.
Zulkif Daglli called on Qatari businessmen to invest in Duzce and take advantage of the investment opportunities there in various fields as the government is giving foreign investors incentives and facilities that will contribute to the success and support of the investment climate in the province.
Qatar Chamber first vice-chairman Mohamed bin Towar said that the past period witnessed an increase in the number of Turkish companies in the Qatari market, which have diversified activities including into the areas of infrastructure, contracting, construction, engineering consultancy, trade, electrical works, auto parts, food and others.
During the meeting, Towar confirmed the keenness of Qatar Chamber to establish economic relations with the private sector in Turkey, based on mutual interest, stressing the willingness of the Chamber to support and assist Turkish companies wishing to enter the Qatari market for the first time.
The Qatar Chamber first vice-chairman pointed out that the tourism sector is one of the important economic sectors for Qatar and Turkey, noting that bilateral relations in tourism areas have seen significant leaps over the past years, with the increasing number of Qataris visiting Turkey.
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