Saudi Arabia, Netherlands hold meeting to discuss prospects of growing cooperation
(MENAFN) Senior representatives and business heads from Saudi Arabia as well as the Netherlands have held a meeting to talk about possible cooperation around the energy as well as circular economy sectors.
The Nation’s National Competitiveness Center held a gathering in its Riyadh head office joined by officials from Dutch embassies throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council area, as well as representatives from top companies including worldwide consumer goods firm Unilever, multinational conglomerate corporation Philips, as well as lighting firm Signify.
From Saudi Arabia, the Deputy Minister of Commerce as well as chief executive of the Center Iman Al-Mutairi joined, in addition to officials from the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Resources Human and Social Development, on top of other officials from the Saudi Investment Firm for Recycling.
Throughout the gathering, potentials among the two nations were talked about, involving collaboration among business industries in the areas of energy as well as its transportation as well as negotiations of cooperation in the circular economy.
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