The Ministry of Trade and Industry participates in DIMDEX 2022

Pavilion of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry at DIMDEX 2022.

Doha: The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoCI) is participating in the seventh edition of the Doha International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference (DIMDEX) 2022, which opened yesterday at the Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC) under the theme “Connecting the Global Maritime Defense and Security Community”.

MoCI is participating in the three-day flagship event with a pavilion, showcasing various incentives within the Qatari business environment, as well as key initiatives and legislation passed by the state to boost local and foreign investment, including the law regulating public-private partnerships. and the law regulating the investment of non-Qatari capital in economic activity.

As part of its exhibition, the ministry also offers an overview of Qatar’s manufacturing strategy (2018-2022), its 2030 targets and various growth projections for the manufacturing sector. The exhibition highlights the ministry’s role in developing local industrial zones and regulating the allocation of industrial land to investors with industrial licenses.

The pavilion further aims to highlight key initiatives launched to make Qatar’s business environment more accessible, including one-stop-shop and e-services provided by the ministry through its website and mobile app.

DIMDEX is a dynamic platform involving key decision makers and industry leaders in maritime defense and security. It offers exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their latest cutting-edge technologies and products to industry leaders to secure crucial deals and partnerships.

In its current edition, DIMDEX brings together more than 200 exhibitors from more than 20 countries to present their new technologies.

In addition, the exhibition features the Middle East Naval Commanders’ Conference, which will discuss the latest developments in maritime security and defense in a series of high-level panel discussions.

The exhibition will also see the signing of several agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoU).

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