(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The seminar aims at raising awareness to investment opportunities in the uae and supplementing bilateral relations between the two countries.
dubai airport freezone or dafza will be targeting russian businessmen and investors to the uae through a seminar hosted by the freezone in moscow on april 29.
the seminar aims at raising awareness to investment opportunities in the uae and supplementing bilateral relations between the two countries. speakers from the russian chamber of commerce and industry moscow chamber of commerce and industry and the ministry of economic development of the russian federation will speak at the seminar. owners of businesses from six russian regions will be represented at the seminar while authorities from the same regions will participate via video conferencing.
jamal bin marghoob director of the marketing and corporate communications department at dafza said: “as part of our ongoing efforts to attract fdi and in line the with the uae’s national strategy we are working to attract investments to dubai through our sales and marketing strategy. our visit to moscow will further supplement our strategy and as we will be working with the russian government to meet with potential investors.”
“dafza is targeting aviation freight and logistics it and telecommunications pharmaceuticals engineering food and beverage jewellery and cosmetics sectors in russia to set up their operations at the freezone as we have the ideal infrastructure facilities and integrated solutions.”
according to a recent statement by the chairman of the russian business council igor egorov he indicated that russia has the potential to increase the level of trade with the uae to at least five times higher.
approximately 3000 companies are currently operating in the uae with trade turnover between the two countries reaching 1.5 billion in the first six months of 2013.