(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Martina invited Jafza to participate in the Expo during his talks with Ibrahim Mohamed Al Janahi, deputy CEO and chief commercial officer of Jafza. The under secretary was accompanied Giorgio Starace, the ambassador of Italy to the UAE; Giovanni Favilli, the consul general of Italy in Dubai; and Ferdinando Fiore, trade commissioner of the Italian Trade Commission. The delegation also discussed a number of wide ranging issues with senior Jafza officials, including stronger trade ties.
"We are keen on expanding our business ties with Italy, further developing the already strong relationship we have," Al Janahi said, adding: "83 of the 200 Italian companies operating in Dubai are based in Jafza. We are keen to see an increase in this number, to adequately reflect the level of cooperation that exists between Dubai and Italy."
Al Janahi also assured the delegation of Jafza's continued support to the Italian community, and said that Jafza was looking into the possibility of taking part in the Milan Expo as part of the UAE pavilion. The delegates were also given an in-depth briefing on Jafza's services and products, followed by an extensive tour of Jafza, so that the delegates could witness the level of services currently available and the development work being carried out to improve the level of services.