DTI seeks to expand Middle East market

The Department of Trade and Industry-Export Marketing Bureau and the Philippine Trade and Investment Center-Middle East and Africa are conducting an Outbound Business Matching Mission to the Middle East on February 12-24 to diversify the markets of PH exporters. The OBMM is in conjunction with Gulfood 2020 in Dubai World Trade Centre.

“We hope that through this OBMM, the Philippines will be able to explore business environment and possible prospects in the Middle East markets and sustain networking and follow-up activities in the UAE as part of the mission legs last 2019,” said Trade Undersecretary Abdulgani Macatoman.

The OBMM also aims to develop and expand relationships with business, government, and multiplier organizations in Middle East countries and enhance local understanding of the current economic conditions and business opportunities.

Topics: Department of Trade and Industry-Export Marketing Bureau , Philippine Trade and Investment Center , Middle East , Africa
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