Choucair’s remarks came during a visit to Oman.(The Daily Star/HO)
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Lebanon is keen on increasing its trade ties with regional countries and attracting investments to the country, said Mohamed Choucair, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture.A delegation of Lebanese businessmen visited Oman over the weekend to discuss the potential of economic cooperation between the two countries.Choucair said that the visit does not only aim at creating investment opportunities in the two countries but also to create partnerships between Lebanon and Oman to invest in other countries as well. "Our doors are open to all our Arab brothers whether for educational purposes of for tourism, investment and medication," he said.For his part, Kiyumi said that trade delegations between Oman and Lebanon contribute to a greater awareness among businessmen in the two countries about possible investment opportunities.
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