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Dubai delegation will come to Brazil to talk about partnerships

Staff writer |
A delegation of Dubai executives will be in Brazil next week for seminars and business meetings.

The goal is to seek new suppliers and encourage the establishment of partnerships between Brazilians and UAE companies. The visit is organized by export promotion agency Dubai Exports and the United Arab Emirates consulate general in São Paulo.

Mohammed Ali Al Kamali, deputy CEO of Dubai Exports, heads the group. Alongside him will be Ashraf Ali Mahate, the agency's director of Export Markets Intelligence.

Also coming are Khalid Al Janahi, general advisor to the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre, and Mohammed Badri, the advisor to the Emirates Standards and Metrology Authority (Esma).

Saleh Ahmed Alsuwaidi, consul general of the United Arab Emirates in São Paulo, will be with the group. Dener Souza, manager of Emirates SkyCargo for South America, will also take part in the events.

The visit of the executives to the country and their schedules will be coordinated by tourism advisory company Aviareps – Assessoria em Turismo with support from the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.

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