Dubai Chamber of Commerce, one of the three chambers operating under Dubai Chambers, has established the Romanian Business Council, in a significant step to strengthen economic relations between Dubai and Romania.
The business council will promote the interests of Romanian businesses and Romanian-owned UAE-registered companies in Dubai, as well as support Dubai’s presence in Europe and attract new investments from the region.
“We are proud to support the establishment of the Romanian Business Council, which heralds a new era of enhanced cooperation between Dubai and Romania’s dynamic business communities. This collaborative effort supports our ongoing drive to ensure a supportive, enabling, and world-class business environment in Dubai. We look forward to working together to boost bilateral trade and promote cross-border business opportunities.”
The launch of the Romanian Business Council comes as part of the chamber’s strategy to establish new country-specific business councils and expand their roles to promote cross-border business opportunities and boost bilateral trade.
According to the statement, “Covering markets of strategic importance to Dubai, business councils serve as valuable platforms for companies in the UAE and abroad to connect, collaborate, and build mutually beneficial partnerships, opening new channels for economic cooperation with business communities across the globe.”
The number of Romanian companies registered with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce was 381 by the end of 2022.
Ms. Genoveva Turcu, President of the Romanian Business Council, said that, “We are thrilled to announce the establishment of the Romanian Business Council. Our mission is to support Romanian and UAE businesses in creating a 4.0 community by fostering innovation, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing. Through collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and the adoption of innovative technologies, we aim to empower businesses and foster sustainable growth.”