Sharjah Consultative Council reviews plans to promote private sector

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The meeting said hosting exhibitions will showcase the emirate's investment opportunities. (Pic WAM)
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  • Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, Chairman of the Council’s Financial, Economic and Industrial Affairs Committee, praised exhibition industry's achievements.
  • He said the council looked forward to enhancing the reputation of Sharjah as a regional hub for prospective investments.

The Financial, Economic and Industrial Affairs Committee of the Sharjah Consultative Council (SCC) reviewed its strategic plans to promote the growth of the private sector.

As part of its third ordinary session of the 10th legislative chapter, the committee stressed that its vision, supported by Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, and Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, has been particularly developed to achieve SCC policies, supplement the local economy, and stimulate the economic sectors to grow and thrive further.

Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, Chairman of the Council’s Financial, Economic and Industrial Affairs Committee, said, “The Emirate of Sharjah is committed to providing a conducive business environment that pushes local and foreign investors to new horizons of growth and attracts potential foreign direct investments. We are looking forward to enhancing the reputation of Sharjah as a regional hub for prospective investments.”

Al Midfa praised Sharjah’s exhibition industry’s achievements, noting that hosting and organizing major local and international events in Sharjah will undoubtedly help strengthen communication, build strategic partnerships between the local and foreign economic sectors, and showcase Sharjah’s promising investment opportunities.

“The SCC Financial, Economic and Industrial Affairs Committee will spare no effort to work hand in hand with all stakeholders in Sharjah to cement the local economy and increase the emirate’s competitive edge and leadership in all sectors, including business,” the Committee’s Chairman added.

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