Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) received a high-level Mexican delegation at its representative office at Expo 2020 Dubai, to discuss strengthening economic cooperation and trade exchange relations and promoting joint investment with the Emirate of Sharjah and the private Emirati business community.
HE Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, Chairman of the SCCI received the visiting delegation headed by HE Tatiana Clouthier, the Mexican Secretary of Economy, accompanied by a number of officials from the Ministry and the Mexican Embassy in the country.
The meeting was attended by Jamal Saeed Bouzanjal, Director of SCI Corporate Communication Department, Fatima Khalifa Al Mokarrab, Director of SCCI International Relations Department, Saud Abdul Rahman Al-Hajri, Head of Public Relations and Social Responsibility, and Mai Sultan bin Hadda Al Suwaidi, Head of Partnerships and International Cooperation.
The meeting reviewed the prospects for cooperation and partnership to strengthen economic, trade, and investment relations between the two friendly countries, and discussed mechanisms for getting the most out of investment opportunities available in various fields.
The two sides highlighted the importance of organizing joint events to introduce business communities in both Sharjah and Mexico to the advantages of investment in both countries, while encouraging businessmen and companies to tap into the opportunities available in various sectors and forge bilateral partnerships to enhance economic cooperation.
"It's important to enhance economic and investment cooperation relations, and revitalize commercial communication between local companies and institutions with the Mexican business community," said Abdullah Sultan Al Owais.
He reviewed the advantages offered by the Emirate of Sharjah to foreign investors, by providing Mexican businessmen with the best opportunities to establish centers for their businesses and projects, and enhance their presence in the regional markets.
He shed light on the SCCI's services for the private sector and to its affiliate members, in particular, stressing that Sharjah's robust investment environment has made it a regional hub for economy and business, thanks to the sophisticated infrastructure, advanced logistical services, flexible legislation, and strategic location.
Al Owais invited the visiting delegation to stimulate the Mexican private sector to participate in the specialized and public exhibitions organized by the Expo Centre Sharjah.
For her part, Tatiana Clouthier lauded the UAE-Mexico distinguished relations at all levels, noting the active role of the Sharjah Chamber in consolidating economic and trade relations between the two countries.
She affirmed the Mexican business community's eagerness to develop prospects for cooperation with its counterparts in the UAE and Sharjah.