Muscat: The Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) is organising a visit to Kuwait by a delegation headed by Qais bin Mohammed Al Yousuf, Chairman of the OCCI, and a number of business owners and representatives of companies and institutions in the private sector.
This delegation visit comes within the framework of the joint cooperation between the OCCI and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kuwait, which seeks to open new investment and commercial ties, as well as to learn about the opportunities and possibilities of investment in both the countries and also to identify the Sultanate's investment opportunities and commercial attractions and sectors targeted by Oman Vision 2040.
Also on the sidelines of the visit, the Omani-Kuwaiti Economic Forum will be held, which will include bilateral meetings between businessmen from both sides.
The delegation includes more than 30 Omani companies working in various fields including oil and gas, tourism, real estate development, investment and logistics, food and traditional national industries.
The delegation also includes representatives from the Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Export Development (Ithraa), the Special Economic Zone Authority of Duqm (Sezad), and the Public Establishment of Industrial Estates (PEIE).