UAE to host large-scale Georgian-Arabian business forum
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 24 / Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
A major Georgian-Arabian business forum which will bring together representatives of over 150 local companies will be held in Dubai (UAE) on April 24.
From the Georgian side it will be attended by the director of the National Investment Agency Ketevan Bochorishvili, president of the Chamber of Commerce Kakha Baindurashvili, general manager of Rakia Georgia Company operating the Poti Free Economic Zone Roni Saab, executive director of the Bank of Georgia Vasil Revishvili and founder of BLC law firm Alexander Bolkvadze as well as representatives of Batumi Investment Agency.
Georgian delegation members will acquaint forum delegates with opportunities for business development in Georgia, the country's transformation into a regional centre of transport and logistics with the investment potential and opportunities for the development of trade relations, as well as with the favourable conditions offered by the free industrial zone for foreign companies.
The event will also be attended by business sector representatives of Georgia from the following sectors: real estate, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and healthcare. The presentations will be followed by bilateral meetings.