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Open Eyes Opinion {source: emirates news agency}

300 leading French companies attend Jafza business seminars in France

DUBAI, March, 2015  — Jebel Ali Free Zone, Jafza, has concluded roadshow and business seminars in France which have attracted 300 leading French companies from diverse sectors spanning from food, healthcare, machinery to automotive parts and logistics.

The companies have expressed their keen interest in exploring opportunities in the wider Middle East region, through the free zone as the trade and logistics hub.

Ibrahim Mohamed Aljanahi, Deputy CEO, speaking on the Jafza roadshow in France said: “France is one of our key trade partners. The Jafza roadshow and business seminars focused on rapid all-round growth in the wider Middle East region and the huge long-term growth opportunities the region and Jafza offer to French Multinationals and SMEs.

The strong growth posted by French companies in Jafza provided an added impetus to their desire to capitalise on the emerging prospects. We hope to see at least 10 per cent growth in the number of French companies in Jafza this year.”

The Jafza business seminar in Paris had 200 attendees that included leading French multinationals, SMEs, and several top government officials.

AlJanahi, in his key note address stressed the need to further strengthen bilateral trade relations between the two countries. He also underlined historical relations between France and Dubai that goes back to last several decades.

Aljanahi also talked about huge opportunities in the rapidly growing wider Middle East region that stretches from West Asia, Indian Subcontinent to Africa and the CIS for the French companies in all key sectors.

The Business seminar was also addressed by Jafza – VP sales, Tariq Bin Ghalaita and Assistant Manager, Europe Region, Abdulaziz Redha, who talked about Jafza’s key offerings and opportunities the Free Zone, offers to investors.

Jafza business conference in Lyon attracted 100 French companies and business development agencies.

Jafza is at present home to 134 leading French companies including names such as Total, Schneider, Schlumberger, Christian Dior, CMA-CGM, Saint-Gobain, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Sanofi-Aventis, Renault and Chevron among others.

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