About thirty Luxembourg companies, in various sectors, are already present in Dubai. The Grand Duchy and the Emirate now want to strengthen this presence, but also exchanges. The theme was the main topic of the day, for the DP Minister of the Middle Classes and Tourism, currently on a promotional mission in Dubai, alongside the Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume. “The presence of the Hereditary Grand Duke opened a lot of doors for us, we immediately had three ministers from Dubai”, welcomed Lex Delles, who was able to discuss with the ministers of the Economy, Small and medium-sized enterprises. and Foreign Trade, but also with the managers of Dubai SME, the agency for small and medium-sized enterprises.
With the idea of strengthening the exchange of know-how by facilitating the procedures “for access to the market in Dubai and in the whole region and giving the possibility to SMEs to grow, internationalization is an important one for companies. Luxembourg companies ”. A step has already been taken last week, Made in Luxembourg having already won over visitors to the Universal Exhibition.
“A platform to facilitate the procedures”
These new economic horizons could be opened up more easily thanks to “a platform where we manage to facilitate administrative procedures, which is also a desire of the ministry here in Dubai”. In the other direction, the Luxembourg government wants to find companies in Dubai that could establish themselves on the Grand-Ducal market, in sectors yet to be determined.
Both parties want to move the file forward quickly. “There will be even more exchanges to set up this platform, with the LTIO (Luxembourg Office for Trade and Investments, Editor’s note) and the Embassy. There are already exchanges that exist, at the level of finance or the space agency, for example. Here, it is more for small and medium-sized enterprises, whether in energy, crafts or even in commerce ”, underlines Lex Delles.
(In Dubai, JW / The essential)
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