Agreement signed to promote trade, investment activities


Diplomat Business Club and the Royal Office of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Nehyan, and member of the UAE Royal family have signed a agreement of Strategic Association aimed at expanding cooperation and launching various initiatives to promote business, trade and investment activities by engaging closely with the business community through the Diplomat Business Club network globally.

The strategic association agreement was signed between the Chief Executive of the Royal Office Salem Salmeen Al Eissaee, and the Chairman of the Diplomat Business Club, Ambassador Javed Malik.

Speaking on the occasion, Javed Malik said that “ as the world slowly but surely returns towards normalcy in the aftermath of a global pandemic, it is vital for business and corporate leaders to adopt innovative strategies to overcome evolving economic challenges and work closely to support governments in our collective journey towards economic revival.

Diplomat Business Club with its global network can play an important in paving the way for increased cooperation between business and corporate leaders from various countries who seek to expand their business and trade at an international level either through joint ventures or collaborative foreign investment models.

He said that emerging economies still offer the most lucrative investment opportunities and international investors are keen to find the right project where returns can be boosted through effective risk management. J

aved Malik further added that as global economies are fast moving towards digitization, and therefore it is very important for businesses and governments to have a comprehensive understanding of the post covid business and economic landscape where Fintech, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, 5G and Cloud Computing technologies would be essential components of progress and prosperity.—PR

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