Investment Opportunities and Partnership Conference kicks off June 10

Damascus, SANA- The First Conference of Investment Opportunities and Partnership will start activities on June 10th at Damascus-based al-Sham Hotel.

The two-day conference will be organized by the Committee of Industrialist Businesswomen at the Chamber of Industry of Damascus and its Countryside in cooperation with Syria Youth Imprint Foundation, and the Syrian Society for Research and Studies.

The conference aims at attracting and resettling the capitals, displaying the competitive advantages provided by the participating countries, cooperating with the international experiences and the international financing through the international cooperation with the BRICS countries and other friendly countries based on the agreements that will be signed with the participants in the conference with the aim of rebuilding Syria.

The axes of the conference cover the role of the Arab and international industry, trade and investments through the chambers of industry and commerce with the aim of pushing forwards the comprehensive economic development to rebuild the national industry.

The conference will also tackle the issues of oil and transportation in the region and developing the partnership between the public and private sectors in the domains of health, and education, in addition to the solutions provided by the government to the obstacles facing the investment, investors and the small projects and supporting them to face the challenges.

The role of the banking institutions in creating a basic environment for the investments, investors and the real estate and tourist development based on modern scientific principles that take into consideration the environment systems will be also one of the main points of discussion during the conference.

The conference opens the door wide for the owners of the distinguished projects that are based on studied economic axes to make partnerships with the investors and the capitalists who searching for serious investment opportunities with guaranteed economic revenue.

Businessmen and businesswomen from Iran, BRICS countries and other friendly countries and Syrian businessmen and businesswomen who came from abroad are expected to participate in the conference, in addition to representatives of the ministries and general commissions and the industrial and commercial chambers and Arab and foreign unions.

Ambassadors and representatives of Arab and friendly countries will also take part in the conference.

R.J/ Barry

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