Khobar, Saudi Arabia, MINA — Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states’ chambers of commerce Union is set to take part, in the two-day Sarajevo Business Forum scheduled for the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo on April 25, SPA reported. (SBF)
The gathering is organized by the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), with a hugely expected participation of Gulf, Arab and international experts.
Sarajevo forum aims at backing up investors, businessmen from all over the world, in addition to entrepreneurs form Balkan countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia.
GCC chambers of commerce Union will be represented in the forum by its Secretary General Abdulrahim Naqqi, who pointed out that the gathering reflects the significance of trade and investment relations binding Sarajevo, proceeding from the Memorandum of Understanding co-signed by the IDB and the union.
Large political and business delegation from Indonesia will visit the SBF).
With its 252 million inhabitants, Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world (after China, India and the United States) and one of the largest markets. Its economy records steady growth and currently ranks among the top 20 in the world. The annual GDP growth is 5.5 percent, and analysts predict that the growth trend will continue.
Headed Minister of Rural Affairs and Spatial Planning Dr. Sofyan A. Djalil. , the Indonesian businessmen are interested in importing agricultural products, especially organic food – meat and dairy products, as well as in textile and wood industry. . (T/RS5/RS1)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)