Dubai, August 5, 2021 (WAM) – Expo 2020 Dubai is a great platform for Latin American businesses as the event helps attract investment, create trade deals and enhance international cooperation, says a senior official.
Speaking on a website, the director of the Dubai Chamber’s International Offices highlighted Room’s efforts to become the official partner of Expo 2020 Dubai, engaging with business communities across Latin America to promote the mega event on the world stage. The room will explore new avenues for economic cooperation through the World Trade Forum Latin America 2022, which is taking place on the sidelines of Expo 2020 Dubai, he added in a press release issued on Thursday.
The Dubai House Representative Offices in Latin America recently launched Expo 2020 Dubai as a platform to do business in Dubai and a website advising on the competitive benefits that Emirate offers to businesses in the region.
Webinar: Expo 2020: Your site for doing business in Dubai has attracted more than 600 participants from 20 countries representing a variety of industries, including consulting, manufacturing, government, advertising, retail and financial services.
During the webinar, the heads of Dubai House offices in Brazil, Panama and Argentina gave an overview of the plans and strategies of various Latin American countries for Expo 2020 Dubai and their expectations for the mega event.
Commissioners from Chile, Argentina, Panama, Peru, Colombia, Guatemala, Paraguay and Costa Rica ended the event with video messages from the General, where they talked about each country’s product. As well as the expansion of relations between the business communities of the United Arab Emirates and Latin America, the press release said.
Translated by: Mervat Mahmood.
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