SCCI explores ways to boost trade & economic relations with Senegal

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has discussed ways to enhance trade and economic ties with the Dakar Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture in the Republic of Senegal.

During the meeting, both parties explored means of exchanging experiences and opening channels of joint cooperation between the business community in Sharjah with its Senegalese counterpart.

Further, they discussed how the business community in general, and the Senegalese in particular, can benefit from the services offered by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Abdullah Sultan Al Owais
Abdullah Sultan Al Owais
Chairman – SCCI

“SCCI is keen to support economic and trade relations between the State of Senegal and the Emirate of Sharjah, by opening effective commercial cooperation channels and enhancing communication between the Chambers of Commerce in Sharjah and Senegal, as well as redoubling efforts by introducing the available investment opportunities and advantages, which contribute to the development of relations through cooperation. The advanced facilities and infrastructure of the Emirate of Sharjah in the commercial and industrial fields, as well as the diversified economy policy that contributed to Sharjah’s gaining the confidence of global institutions, becoming a global hub for trade and services, and attracting investors.”

Mr. Abdullah Sow, President of the Dakar Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture emphasized the importance of his visit to the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, expressing the keenness of the business community in Senegal to strengthen trade relations with its counterpart in the Sharjah and to benefit from the experience and expertise of the Sharjah Chamber in promoting the economic activity of the Emirate.

Mr. Sow said that “Senegal enjoys great stability and has provided an attractive investment environment for foreign investments covering various sectors.”

The Dakar Chamber President called on UAE businesspeople and investors to take advantage of these prospects, saying that the Senegalese government is ready to assist investors in the UAE and provide everything that would make their projects successful.

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