The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently partnered with the Economist Intelligence Unit to publish a report titled “A Common Wealth: Building Gulf-CIS Ties” to emphasize investment opportunities in trade relations between the Gulf region and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
These relations, specifically pertaining to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the CIS, have important sectors that need investment. Investors can find these opportunities in logistics, aviation, hospitality, Islamic finance, retail, energy and real estate.
The Dubai chamber has a significant role in providing investors with data and information for the private sector. To fulfill this role, the chamber will continue to regularly publish information, including data about the business community in the region to help create a better business environment in Dubai.
“The report, ‘A Common Wealth: Building Gulf-CIS ties’, will serve as a roadmap for GCC investors and enable them to draw their expanding policies wisely,” Dubai Chamber President and CEO Hamad Buamim said. “The report offers substantial insights on the prevailing economic and business environment in the CIS and examines its relations with the GCC countries. The data contained in the report has considerable significance for investors in both the regions and will enable them to create practical engagement on a number of key sectors.”
The report is part of the first Commonwealth of Independent States Global Business Forum (CIS GBF 2016), which was held last month in Dubai.