The 21st Arab-German Business Forum will be held in Berlin on June 25 through 27 with the participation of over 600 decision-makers, businessmen and experts from Germany and the Arab world.
The event is
organized by the Arab-German Chamber of Commerce
and Industry in tandem with the Union of Arab Chambers, Association
of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK) and Kuwait Chamber
of Commerce and Industry, the chamber said in a statement on Monday.
The forum offers a great chance for establishing contacts
among Arab and German businessmen.
The get-together will review the latest developments in Arab-German
economic ties, especially with regard to direct investments, digital transformation
management, major infrastructure projects, food industries, sustainable food
Several sessions - to be moderated by experts – will tackle
means of exchanging expertise and focusing on innovation in various domains.
The Arab-German economic relations witnessed a boost
over the past few years. The volume of trade
exchange between the two sides stood at 48.3 billion euros in 2017. Arab
exports to Germany valued at 11.3 billion euros, marking a 33.9% rise in comparison
with 2016. Arab investments in Germany
expanded over the past years to reach 100 billion euros.