Qatar-Poland investment and trade ties bosted ahead of 2022 World Cup

The Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA) has organised the Qatari-Polish business meeting, through video conferencing, to boost economic co-operation between Poland and Qatar.

It was followed by more than 40 bilateral sectoral meetings between Qatari companies and their Polish counterparts in the health and agricultural sectors.

These meetings come within the QBA’s initiative to conduct a series of specialised sectoral meetings with the aim of boosting communication between Qatari businessmen and their counterparts around the world.

QBA chairman HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani, who headed the Qatari side at the meeting, stressed that Qatari companies enjoy global competitive advantages and are always looking to search for partnerships to study investment opportunities in global markets.

Sheikh Faisal added that Qatar has competitive edges to attract foreign investors and the country offers incentives in its tax system and easy procedures for new projects, in addition to its transparency, stability and security.

Sheikh Faisal also highlighted the growth of the Polish economy and the attractive business climate Poland provides.

Qatar’s ambassador to Poland Abdulla Abdul Rahman Fakhroo said that the meeting was the continuation of the success of the first Polish-Qatari business meeting, which sustained communication channels between the two countries.

He called on Polish investors to make the best of the strategic location of Qatar, and the advantages and incentives Qatar provides for foreign investors.

He referred to Qatar’s new investment law that allows 100% ownership in most economic sectors, in addition to logistical advantages such as one window, free zones, Hamad International Airport, and Hamad Port, especially in view of the upcoming 2022 World Cup events.

At the end of the plenary session, representatives of Qatari and Polish companies held more than 40 sectoral meetings to discuss opportunities for partnership and co-operation between companies in various sectors of interest.

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