The Chamber of Commerce and industry (QIC) of Qatar has urged the private sector to engage in long-term trade with the Turkish companies in the coming days.
Mohamed Ben Ahmed Ben Tawar, Vice-President of the Chamber, said that the trade between the two nations has made a significant progress in the current year, stating that “the volume of bilateral trade during the first half of 2017 amounted to nearly 2 billion riyals ($ 548 million) “.
Turkey even launched a shipping line with Qatar after the crisis in June. The statements of the Qatari official took place on the sidelines of a Qatari ICC meeting with a Turkish trade delegation visiting Doha.
Ben Tawar added that “the Chamber is ready to provide all the required information to the Turkish private sector to strengthen its investments in Qatar”.
A Turkish private sector delegation will be visiting Qatar to look into the investment opportunities in the country.