Omani Products Exhibition in Riyadh to explore new business avenues within Saudi Arabian market
- Saudi Arabia: Thursday, December 27 - 2012 at 12:32
- PRESS RELEASE
In efforts to increase the Sultanate's non-oil exports to Saudi Arabia, an Omani Products Exhibition commenced in Riyadh yesterday with over 50 local firms showcasing their products and services to the Saudi market.
Mr. Ayman Abdullah Al Hasani, Chairperson of the Omani Products Exhibition Organizing Committee said, "Saudi Arabia represents one of the largest and most influential economies in the region and a strategic contributor to Oman's growth and economic diversification. There are already established markets for goods traded across the border between the two countries however the exhibition will explore the undiscovered opportunities and new revenue streams just waiting to be tapped into."
The exhibition highlights the availability and diversity of Omani products which over the years have established a solid foothold in the world market.
The firms and manufacturers participating include market leaders from different industries such as food and beverages, textiles and fabrics, perfumes and cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, logistics and utilities.
Organized by the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI), the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) and PAIPED, the event will be held from 24th to 27th December at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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