Industry and Commerce Minister Zayed R. Alzayani confirmed the government’s keenness to develop its economic relations with all countries of the world and to promote Bahrain’s distinct investment environment which includes infrastructure and protective legislation for investments, in addition to the great facilities provided by the government for all investors of the world.
This came during a meeting with the Deputy Vice-Minister of Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Economics and Trade from the Federal State of North-Rhine Westphalia Dr. Dr. Herbert Jakoby and the accompanying economic delegation in the presence of German Ambassador to the Kingdom of Bahrain Sabine Taufmann
During the meeting, the minister stressed the importance of the relations between Bahrain and Germany which was crowned with the historic visit of His Majesty the King in 2008 which was the launch of fruitful cooperation of many investments between the two sides, and the visit of HRH the Crown Prince and First Deputy Prime Minster to Germany in November 2011, along with visits of some German leaders to Bahrain. The minister said that Bahrain welcomes such positive visits, which contribute to enhancing bilateral relations and increasing the volume of trade exchanges between the two countries.
He also welcomed all investors and high added value projects to join the existing mega projects stationed in Bahrain such as Siemens, BASF Plastics, RMA, Lauscha Fiber International, Paschal Concrete Forms, TUV and Alfred Talke. The Minister also expressed leadership and government's appreciation for all the efforts undertaken by trade delegations in order to develop the relations in a way that translates common trends and global partnerships.