Abu Dhabi Chamber explores trade possibilities with Central American countries

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ADCCI) has discussed the potentials of trade cooperation, with the ambassadors of Central America to UAE.

Mohammed Thani Al Rumaithi, Chairman of the Federation of the UAE Chambers and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, has received at the Chamber’s tower the ambassadors of Central America to UAE, namely Francisco J Chacón Hernández, Ambassador of Costa Rica; Julio Simon Castaños, Ambassador of Dominican Republic; Lars Henrik Pira Perez, Ambassador of Guatemala; and Ricardo Laverie, Ambassador of Panama.

Mohamed Helal Al Mheiri, Director-General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, has also attended the discussion along with his deputies Abdullah Ghurair Al Qubaisi and Helal Mohammed Al Hameli.

Mr. Al Rumaithi began the meeting by praising the ambassadors’ visit to the Chamber, expressing high hopes that such a visit would help increase trade and investment cooperation between businesses in Abu Dhabi and Central American countries in all sectors and at all levels.

Further, he stated that the Abu Dhabi Chamber, considering its pioneering role in supporting businesses in Abu Dhabi and the UAE in general, is fully prepared to expand mutual cooperation, trade, and investment relations in order to better serve the businesses of both sides.

Ambassador Hernández has appreciated the Abu Dhabi Chamber’s warm welcome on behalf of Central American countries, noting that the UAE possesses all of the requisite elements for strong and long-term growth. He expressed his hopes for greater economic cooperation and for Emirati investors to take advantage of possible investment opportunities in Central America in ways that benefit both sides.

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