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Dakhla has a representation of the Moroccan-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce

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The city of Dakhla now has a representation of the Moroccan-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce. Inaugurated on Saturday March 26, 2022, this representation will consolidate trade and economic cooperation between Morocco and Brazil. This representation was inaugurated by Mr. Eduardo Nantes Bolsonaro, Federal Deputy and Political Advisor to the President of the Federal Republic of Brazil, in the presence of the President of the Moroccan-Afro-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (headquartered in São Paulo), the President of the Moroccan-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Morocco, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIS) of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab, the Regional Director of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce and Locally elected.

This representation with an economic vocation is intended to be a tool for rapprochement and a vector of economic and commercial development at the service of the two countries. It also sets itself the objectives of promoting dialogue between public and private actors and encouraging the establishment of Brazilian companies in Morocco.

While welcoming the close cultural ties with Morocco, Mr. Nantes Bolsonaro did not fail to underline “the need to intensify exchanges of visits and strengthen mutual support within international and continental organizations”.

As for the president of the Moroccan-Afro-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in São Paulo, Farid Mechqi, he did not fail to stress, in turn, that “the objective of this visit is to consolidate commercial relations between Morocco , Brazil and African countries, given that Dakhla has become a leading hub linking Morocco to its African extension, recalling that HM King Mohammed VI is the initiator of a South-South cooperation program between Latin America, Africa and Morocco”.

In the same spirit, the president of the Moroccan-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Morocco, Abderrazzak Zraidi Ben Beliout, also noted that “the establishment of this structure will consolidate relations between Morocco and Brazil, in the view of bringing in Brazilian investors, noting that the two countries offer promising prospects for economic cooperation”.

On this occasion, the members of the Brazilian delegation visited the Regional Investment Center (CRI), where they followed a presentation given by the Director of the Center, Mr. Mounir Houari, focusing on the mega projects carried out and in progress. of achievement as well as on the various investment opportunities in several productive sectors. Finally, let us recall that the members of the delegation took advantage of this visit to meet Mr. Lamine Benomar, the wali of the Dakhla-Oued Eddahab region, governor of the province of Oued Eddahab.

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