The Chairman of Asharqia Chamber welcome an Argentine minister and meets with the chief executives of international oil companies
The Chairman of Asharqia Chamber, Abdul-Hakim bin Hamad Al-Ammar Al-Khaldi received, on Tuesday 10 March 2020, at the headquarters of the Chamber the President, Minister Plenipotentiary for Multilateral Relations at the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Carole Ramón Berghano, and executive heads of international companies, to discuss ways to enhance cooperative investment opportunities, and review the Kingdom’s policies In stimulating and encouraging investmen.
The meeting, which was attended by a member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Chamber’s foreign investment committee, Saadoun bin Khaled Al-Atish Al-Khaldi, and the Chamber’s Secretary-General, Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah Al-Wabil, discussed the mechanisms of intensifying commercial cooperation between Argentine and Saudi companies, and presented the available aspects of cooperation between the two sides, and to clarify the opportunities contained in the eastern region Investment in several areas.
Minister Berjano and her accompanying delegation had reviewed detailed explanations about the eastern region and its promising investment opportunities in the fields of petrochemical industries and others, as well as the chamber photo gallery that tells the economic history of the region.
The Chairman of Asharqia Chamber expressed his optimism with the meeting, as he addressed serious discussions about the base of Argentine investments in the Kingdom and the extent of its ability to expand, especially in light of the Kingdom's major changes in investment procedures, which facilitated and encouraged a lot of foreign direct capital entry to it.
Al-Khalidi pointed out that the relations between the Kingdom and Argentina grow well and is likely to grow more, pointing to the agreements that the Kingdom signed with Argentina and promoted the access of the two countries to each other's markets, which contributed to strengthening ties of relations between the two countries and moving them to broader horizons to achieve mutual benefits and serve common interests. .
In a related context, the Chairman of the Chamber of Directors of the Chamber received executives and managers in international companies as General Manager of Total Refining and Saudi Arabia Chemicals Company, the President in the Kingdom, Christophe Gerondo, and Vice President of Public Affairs in Total, Eng. Fahad Saleh Al-Harbi, as well as CEO of Technias Reynidas Services And Contracting Co., Ltd., Jose Luis, to discuss ways of cooperation and the development of frameworks for meetings and subsequent discussions that establish future relationships, as well as a review of the Kingdom's policies to stimulate and encourage investment
In a related context, the Chamber’s Chairman of the Board of Directors received chief executives and managers in international companies as General Manager of Total Refining and Saudi Arabian Chemicals Company, the President in the Kingdom, Christophe Gerondo, and Vice President of Public Affairs in Total, Eng. Fahad Saleh Al-Harbi, as well as CEO of Technias Reynidas Services And Contracting Co., Ltd., Jose Luis, to discuss ways of cooperation and the development of frameworks for meetings and subsequent discussions that establish future relationships, as well as a review of the Kingdom's policies to stimulate and encourage investment.
The Member of the Board and Chairman of the Foreign Investment Committee Saadoun Al-Atish Al-Khaldi stressed the importance of such meetings and their role in promoting foreign investments, pointing out that the country is now prepared for foreign investment in various sectors, and that such meetings support the state’s plans in terms of attracting foreign investment and enhancing opportunities Its growth and spread in the country.
Al-Khaldi said that the meetings, with their axes, are related to ways to enhance joint cooperation, and based on the efforts and plans of the Chamber in supporting and encouraging the establishment of commercial relations between businessmen in the region and major investors in the world, stressing that the Eastern Chamber is ready to cooperate and provide support and assistance in accordance with its roles assigned to both partners Local or companies from different countries of the world in order to increase investment in the country and support the state's efforts in promoting and attracting foreign investments.