QC welcomes Amir’s concern for developing the private sector
Oct 27, 2021 – 9:55 AM
Speaker of the House of Qatar (QC) Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani
Doha: Qatar Chamber (QC) President Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani greeted Emir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani at the opening of the 50th annual Shura Council session.
He said the speech highlighted the achievements made in recent years. Sheikh Khalifa underlined that the new council is one of the fruits of this successful democratic experience in all respects, which the whole world has witnessed.
He said the speech focused on the successes and achievements of the state over the past period, in addition to the way forward and future goals in light of the third national strategy under the National Vision of Qatar 2030.
From an economic point of view, Sheikh Khalifa noted that His Highness the Amir spoke of the progress made by the State in terms of economic diversification, the extent of the participation of the private sector in major projects and its competitive capacities to outside the country.
Director General of the Chamber of Qatar, Saleh bin Hamad Al Sharqi
He indicated that His Highness the Amir always refers in his speeches to the private sector and its role in economic activity, which confirms the interest and concern of His Highness to develop the private sector and enhance the role that it plays in the process of economic development of the country. .
Sheikh Khalifa said that the Qatari private sector appreciates this attention and support from wise leadership, and always seeks to develop itself to be the engine of economic growth and a true contributor to the process of economic development.
Qatar House Director General Saleh bin Hamad Al Sharqi said His Highness the Amir’s speech was comprehensive and covered all sectors, describing it as a roadmap for economic development.
He said the speech highlighted the role of legislative amendments in the country’s economic growth, facilitating business transactions, improving competition, protecting consumers, encouraging industrial investment and increasing foreign investment. direct by allowing foreign investors to hold 100% of the capital of certain companies, and support the competitiveness of national products.
Al Sharqi stressed that these elements help to diversify the Qatari economy and positively reflect the performance of the private sector and its growing role in the process of economic development.
Al Sharqi also noted that His Highness’s speech referred to the country’s success in food security and achieving high self-sufficiency rates in many food items through state support.