Dubai Chamber of Commerce participates in Africa investment conference

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently participated in the Investing in Africa conference in London, an event put together by the Wall Street Journal.
Majid Saif Al Ghurair, chairman of the Dubai Chamber, addressed those in attendance at the conference, speaking about the importance of trade between Dubai and Africa. He also talked about the Chamber’s expansion plans on the continent.
“Dubai’s trade relationship with Africa has gone from strength to strength in recent years, supported by the trade missions led by the Chamber and the expansion of our international offices in promising markets on the continent,” Al Ghurair said. “The number of African companies registered with Dubai Chamber has now exceeded 12,000, which is a testament to the increased cooperation between both sides.”
In attendance at the event were Patrick Njoroge, governor of the Central Bank of Kenya; Uche Orji, managing director and CEO of the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority; Chinelo Anohu-Amazu, director general and CEO of the National Pension Commission of Nigeria; Chris Folayan, founder and CEO of; Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank; and Mo Ibrahim, chairman of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.

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