12 11 2018
Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce (ADCCI) and Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADI) have introduced attractive investment opportunities for Saudi investors in 23 free-investment zones in Abu Dhabi.
This was held at a meeting of the Board of Trade and Industry in the chairman and board members of the Eastern Chamber of Saudi Arabia led by Abdul Hakim bin Hamad Al-Ammar Al-Khalidi, chairman of the Eastern Chamber of Saudi Arabia.
Mohammed Al Hosani, Adviser at Abu Dhabi Investment Office, presented a presentation of the most important investment opportunities in Abu Dhabi Emirates to Saudi Arabian investors in 18 investment zones and 5 free zones, and notes that these areas offer good facilities for Saudi Arab investors. Al Reem City, Riyadh City, Abu Dhabi Port, Abu Dhabi International Airport, Ghantoot, Al Ain Hospital, and Ruwais Industrial Petrochemical Complex.
Ibrahim Al Mahmood, first vice president of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce, expressed his happiness with the presence of the Saudi delegation, pointing out that the UAE and Saudi Arabia have established the basis for bilateral relations in different areas. May God protect him and his brother the guardian of the two sacred mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud King of Kingdom Saudi Arabia, God can protect him. And the true desire of the two brotherly people, and then culminated in the construction of extensive strategic relationships with resolve and resolve and common integration. "
Al-Mahmoud pointed out that the economic and trade-related relationship between Saudi Arabia and the UAE is the largest among the GCC countries. United Arab Emirates is one of the most important trading partners in Saudi Arabia in the Arab region in general and, in particular, the GCC countries. To around 88.3 billion dirham in 2017.
Mohammed Hilal Al Muhairi, General Director of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, presented a comprehensive presentation of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce from its introduction through its vision, mission and direction, as well as the key services and economic initiatives in the House.
Nasser Al Nuwais, Chairman of Rotana Hotels and Resorts Management Group, said the group will open two new hotels in Saudi Arabia in April and May, which means that the number of hotels to 8 will be in the coming year.
He revealed that the group started working on its ninth hotel in Medina.
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