Asharqia Chamber received a Dutch trade delegation yesterday
More than 23 billion riyals, the volume of trade exchange between the Kingdom and the Netherlands
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Asharqia Chamber Badr bin Suleiman Al-Raziza affirmed the strength of the economic and trade relations between the Kingdom and the Netherlands, pointing to broad investment prospects for the private sector in the two countries.
Al-Raziza said during his reception on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, a Dutch trade delegation specialized in waste recycling headed by the Dutch ambassador to the Kingdom, Janet Alberda, and several Dutch companies and businessmen, in the presence of the Secretary of the Eastern Province, Eng. Fahd bin Muhammad Al-Jubeir.
Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Sulaiman bin Abdul Rahman Al-Suhaimi, Second Vice President of the Chamber Hamad bin Muhammad Al-Ammar Al-Khalidi, Board Member Badr bin Muhammad Al-Abdulkarim, Secretary General of the Chamber Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah Al-Wabel and a remarkable number of the business sector in the Eastern Province that there are many agreements between the two kingdoms, which have resulted in high levels in The volume of trade between the two countries, which amounted in 2019 to about 36.106 billion riyals, and at the height of the pandemic in 2020 amounted to about 23.8 billion riyals, As well as a high level of exemplary partnership in many fields, which indicates that the coming years will witness more bilateral partnerships, especially in light of the rapid steps taken by our country towards diversifying the economic base within the framework of implementing Vision 2030, noting the efforts made between the two countries to support trade communication and strengthen relations. trade between the two friendly countries.
Al-Raziza called on the Saudi and Dutch business sectors to seize investment opportunities in the two countries to contribute to achieving common aspirations to increase the volume of trade exchange between the two countries, pointing to a package of facilities provided by Saudi Arabia to foreign investors, in addition to major projects specialized in waste management, collection solutions and treatments, and the steps they have taken in terms of Regulatory steps to manage this vital sector, within the framework of achieving the objectives of Vision 2030.