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Wednesday, December 08, 2021

Al Awar explores investment opportunities at the Chad Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

His Excellency Dr. Abdul Rahman Al Awar, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratization, was briefed on the Republic of Chad's 2030 Development Vision and Investment Opportunities during his recent visit to the Republic of Chad Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai.

His Excellency listened to a detailed explanation given by Asani Abdel Rahman, Deputy Commissioner General of the Pavilion, about the famous landmarks and the different regions of Chad and its key capabilities that enable the country to move towards development and entrepreneurship.

He was familiarized with the local environment of the Republic of Chad and its homogeneous ethnic, cultural and social diversity, in addition to its promising economic potential, which makes the country a unique market on the African continent where there are many investment opportunities that attract foreign capital.

Al Awar was also briefed on the investment map of the Republic of Chad, where industrial, agricultural and commercial enterprises are flourishing in various sectors, including energy, mining, construction, heavy machinery industry, road transport, automobiles, education, and food and packaging industries, among others.

The Chadian pavilion displays a variety of images of the natural areas and national parks that are characteristic of Chad, especially since it has a wonderful environment with impressive rock formations and a huge cemetery with millions of dinosaur structures.

The Chad pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is located in the Opportunity District and showcases the country’s heritage and cultural treasures. Under the theme “The Chad We Want,” the pavilion takes visitors on a journey through Chad’s diverse cultures including oral literature, theatre and nature.

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