H.E Mohamed Musabbeh Al Nuaimi, Chairman, RAK Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that the chamber’s strategy focuses on communication with the promising countries to promote RAK economy and establish strategic relations among the business communities in different countries, showcase the potential investment opportunities in the emirate through the different available channels.
Al Nuaimi made his statement in a meeting with H. E Ian Halliday, Consul-General Dubai and General Manager of the Australian Trade Commission in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey. The meeting took place in the office of Australia Trade Commission in Dubai, in presence of Mohammed Hassan Al Sabab, Director General of Ras Al Khaimah Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Senior Officials from both sides.
Al Nuaimi noted that Ras Al Khaimah and Australia bilateral trade witnessed significant growth with 310% since last year. He invited H. E. the Consul-General of Australia in Dubai to participate in the upcoming event of International Exhibition for SMEs which shall be hosted by Ras Al Khaimah in November, with participation of over 33 countries such as USA, United Kingdom, India, China, Slovenia, Costa-Rica among many others. The exhibition aims to offer a platform for meetings and discussion, share experiences, facilitate the trade cooperation among the participants, build strategic partnerships that help in achieving the goals of the partners.
H. E Ian Halliday, Consul-General Dubai and General Manager of the Australian Trade Commission said that International Exhibition for SMEs represents a great opportunity to enhance the investment cooperation between Ras Al Khaimah and Australia, and shall contribute to facilitate the business through coordination among the relevant parties. He noted that there are many companies from Australia which are interested in exploring the investment opportunities in Ras Al Khaimah.
The meeting discussed the ways to reinforce the bilateral trade, and facilitate the communication among business communities in sectors such as investment, tourism, innovation, education and training.
Source: RAK Chamber