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MENAFN - Qatar News Agency - 16/04/2014
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(MENAFN - Qatar News Agency) ha April 16 - Qatar Shell through its partnership with Qatar Petroleum in Pearl GTL and in collaboration with Qatar Development Bank (QDB) has revealed seven new supply chain opportunities at the SME Business Opportunity Workshop which launched Wednesday amid participation of more than 100 firms and business pioneers of the country.The initiative is a part of a nationwide strategy to support local SMEs to allow Qatari enterprises to tender to become the supplier of choice for Pearl GTL the world's largest gas to liquids plant."We believe that SMEs are the cornerstone of Qatar's economy as part of Qatar National Vision 2030. At QDB we remain committed to accelerating the growth of a thriving private sector to diversify the national economy. Therefore through our support of these new SME business opportunities offered by Qatar Shell to the local market we continue to develop domestic enterprise in-line with our mandate to elevate the Qatari private sector to a world-class standard" QDB Chief Executive Officer Abdulaziz Al Khalifa said."Through these opportunities we provide the Qatari private sector with access to funding and advisory support while achieving multiple win-win objectives: SMEs will win new business and achieve high performance levels and Qatar Shell through localizing its supply chain will directly oversee the quality and performance of the awarded SMEs." Last year the first such workshop saw three contracts awarded to local suppliers for the manufacture of personal protective equipment heat exchanger re-tubing and translation services. (MORE)


 


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