Chiril Gaburici, the Minister of Economy and Infrastructure held a meeting with Arif Amiri, the General Deputy Director of Dubai International Financial Center. The meeting took place within the visit of the Republic of Moldova's delegation in UAE. The officials talked about the investment potential of Moldova.
"The Republic of Moldova will develop the potential of attracting foreign investments. Our country should be neuter. It must be a territory where the foreigners would like to open business. Our target is to attract foreign entrepreneurs", said Chiril Gaburici, the Minister of Economy and Infrastructure.
Arif Amiri, the General Deputy Director of Dubai International Financial Center analyzed he partnership opportunities and the investment projects of Moldova. He mentioned that our country has a vast range of opportunities to open affairs in different fields.
Dubai International Financial Center was founded in 2002. It has 2003 companies and over 23.000 employees. DIFC is a stable platform on the Middle East, South Asia and Africa markets.
Also, DIFC hosts thousands of financial institutions, among which private investors and multi task companies. This is the fifth biggest center in the world. It also has representatives of banks from China, EU, India, Russia and so on.