DOHA: Qatar Chamber (QC) yesterday announced the establishment of a Qatar-Malaysian Joint Business Council. This was revealed during a meeting of the Qatari side headed by Qatar Chamber Board Member Dr Mohamed Jawhar Al Mohamed in the presence of 20 Qatari businessmen who represented the Qatari side in the newly-established council.
The Qatari side held a coordinative meeting at the chamber’s headquarters to review issues and topics that shall be discussed in the first meeting of the council.
It also touched on the economic and trade relations between Qatar and Malaysia.
Members of the Qatari side praised the development of Qatar-Malaysia relations, noting that mutual visits and agreements signed between them helped in further promoting such relations to higher levels.
They affirmed that the joint council, which is established by the MoU signed in 2017 between Qatar Chamber and Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, would contributed to develop partnerships between business sectors of both countries and promote their trade exchange.
The joint council aims to help both sides to exchange information about economies and investment opportunities available in both countries and raise their recommendations regarding developing cooperation in economic and commercial fields to their governments. It also seeks encouraging business to participate in fairs being organised in Qatar or Malaysia.