A Delegation representing the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC), consisting of 50 businesspeople, and led by Chairperson of the Saudi-Korean Business Council, Abdulaziz Al Rukban, participated in the Saudi-Korean Business Forum in Seoul, on October 26, titled “The Korean-Saudi Vision 2030”.
Al Rukban stated during his address that Saudi Arabia and Korea share distinguished relations as Korea is one of KSA’s largest trade partners. He described the forum as an important step towards fostering economic relations based on mutual interests for the two nations. He added that these relations are of high priority to CSC, in line with the two countries’ leaderships’ interest in fostering trade relations.
Al Rukban encouraged businesspeople on both sides to take advantage of the joint investment opportunities and create effective partnerships that contribute to the economic development in both countries.
The forum focused on exploring joint ventures in main economic sectors, such as manufacturing, digitization programs, energy, and healthcare. Some of the activities of the forum included bilateral meetings between the Saudi delegation and their Korean counterpart.
It is worth noting that the Saudi delegation included representatives of various fields, including construction equipment, renewable energy, healthcare management, and entertainment, among others.
The forum was organized by CSC, the Korea Chamber of Commerce, and KOTRA, and saw participation from the Saudi Ministry of Economy and Planning, Korea Ministry of Commerce, and a number of officials from the General Authority for SMEs, SAGIA, General Entertainment Authority, among others.