More than 100 bilateral meetings held during the Dubai-Mozambique Business Forum

  • The forum highlighted the investment opportunities that are emerging in various economic sectors in Mozambique.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Businesses from the United Arab Emirates and their Mozambican counterparts took part in more than 100 bilateral meetings during the Dubai-Mozambique Business Forum, which was recently organized by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Mozambican Industrial Association (AIMO) and the Federation for the Improvement of the Business Environment in Mozambique (FAN).

The forum, held at the headquarters of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, brought together more than 100 participants, including His Excellency José Maneia, Consul General of Mozambique in Dubai, and a high-level Mozambican business delegation representing 18 companies. Sessions during examined investment opportunities emerging in various economic sectors in Mozambique.

The visiting Mozambican delegation included companies operating in the energy, oil and gas, food, tourism and service sectors. The Mozambican delegation had the opportunity to visit the Mozambique pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai and get more information from Commissioner General Miguel Mkaima on the work being done to promote the country at the mega-event.

For his part, Omar Khan, director of international offices at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, described Africa and Mozambique as markets of strategic importance to Dubai, which offer huge trade and investment potential.

Khan noted that Dubai remains a preferred hub for African businesses that leverage the emirate’s position to expand their global footprint, adding that the Chamber’s representative office in Maputo assists Mozambican businesses in their entry into the market. Dubai market.


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Dubai Chambers is a public, not-for-profit entity that supports Dubai’s vision as a global player by empowering businesses, providing innovative value-added services and access to influential networks. In March 2021, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, announced the restructuring of the Dubai Chamber and the formation of three chambers for the emirate, namely the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, Dubai International Chamber and Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, which now operate under Dubai Chambers.

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