Qatar - India trade volume reaches $12bn in 2018

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Qatar - India trade volume reaches $12bn  in 2018
The two sides discussed ways to enhance bilateral cooperation in the field of information technology, solar energy, mining, food products, basic materials, among other sectors.

The Qatar Chamber  held a meeting with an Indian trade delegation yesterday by  the head of the Fibernet Goa Exhibition, Anmol Modi.

Both the side  discussed about the ways to increase the  bilateral co-operation in the field of  food products, basic materials,  technology,  solar energy, mining and much more.

Qatar and India's  strong bilateral ties  helped the Qatar  trade volume increase 24% in 2018 to reach $12.1bn said by  Mohammed bin Tawar al-Kuwari, first vice-chairman of Qatar Chamber.

In Qatar  41 fully-owned Indian companies are  operating including 11,000 Qatari-Indian joint ventures he  noted, in a speech at yesterday's meeting. 

 

Also he expressed confidence there will be numerous opportunities for Qatari and Indian businessmen to further enhance their bilateral co-operation in many fields.

He included that the Chamber empowers organizations from the two nations to go into partnerships that benefit the both economies. 

He welcomed Qatari organizations to take part in Fibernet Goa expo scheduled to occur on October 17-19. 

He noticed that 5.5mn tourists visit Goa consistently.

 

Source: gulf-times

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