Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani - Chairman of the Qatar Chamber - revealed that the volume of Arab investments in Germany amounted to about 100 billion euros. In his intervention in a joint meeting of the Executive Office, the Board of Directors and the General Assembly of the German Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry, he said that the value of trade exchange between the two sides during Last year, it reached about 3.44 billion euros, of which 9.12 billion euros were Arab exports to Germany.
In a statement issued by the meeting published by the Qatar Chamber of Commerce today, Tuesday, Sheikh Khalifa indicated that trade exchange between Qatar and Germany amounted to about $ 946 million during the first half of this year despite the precautionary measures due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus.
Saleh bin Hamad Al Sharqi - Director General of the Qatar Chamber - who participated in the meeting pointed out that there are about 300 German companies operating in the Qatari market in various fields such as developing railways, roads, infrastructure, contracting, devices, medical equipment and others, stressing that the Chamber of Commerce The German-Arab industry seeks a real partnership to localize German technology in Qatar and the Arab countries.
The meeting was held via video call, chaired by Peter Ramzauer, President of the German Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Abdulaziz Al-Mikhlafi, Secretary of the Chamber, and heads of chambers of commerce and industry in Arab countries.