Moldavia keen to take part in DSF next year

DUBAI - Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al Banna, the Deputy Director-General of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, met with Ceslaru Anatolie, a top Moldavian businessman along with a representative from the Moldavian Chamber of Commerce to advise them on ways to strengthen their presence in the region and to penetrate the local markets.

By A Staff Reporter

Published: Wed 21 Jan 2004, 12:33 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:11 AM

The Moldavian guests requested help from the Dubai chamber to participate in next year's Dubai Shopping Festival by establishing a Moldavian pavilion.

The Deputy Director-General offered the support of the Dubai Chamber for Moldavia to have a presence in next year's DSF, and advised them to also organise a Moldavian week sometime in the near future, showcasing Moldavia in different aspects; economic, tourist and cultural.

Anatolie welcomed Al Banna's suggestion, and asked for advice on the best timing and location to hold this week, and enquired about exhibition facilities available in Dubai in case they decide to only set up an exhibition showcasing Moldavian products and services due to financial constraints. Al Banna assured his guests that the chamber would provide them with all the support they needed in organising such an exhibition.

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