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Delegates from more than 50 countries located on 5 continents attended. The Diplomatic Conclave discussed measures and opportunities to increase international gold trade through secure trade flow systems. Discussions focused on how to use protection tools such as trade credit insurance, fakering and financing terms, and how to increase public-private partnerships and thereby increase business in the respective countries.
Diplomats from Italy, Mali, Uganda, Angola, Rwanda, the Central African Republic, Papua New Guinea and Peru numbered the opportunities in their respective countries. Investments from the UAE and other countries were also invited.
The Italian participants in a special session on the jewelry trade presented the opportunities that Italy offers to the jewelry business. Italy has released unique gold history masterpieces to mark the 50th anniversary of the UAE.
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Our mission is to establish the UAE as a trusted Gold Trade-Flow Partner globally by facilitating the networking of international trade leaders through this Convention to support the GCC’s Non-Oil Sector Diversification Program and overall economic growth. Sajit Kumar PK, Managing Director and CEO, IBMC, said the conference was a testament to the resilience and resilience of the UAE economy in the wake of the epidemic, with innovative solutions with pro – active steps in the global gold industry.
We are delighted to present the 2021 Global Gold Convention for the 50th National Day of the UAE. The overwhelming response, with the participation of global organizations from 5 continents and more than 50 countries, shows the confidence of the international community in the UAE. He added that the UAE would lead the way as a global gold trading hub
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