Presidency of the
Council of Ministers
IDAL lead a session at the LDE in Sao Paulo on Exploring Opportunities through the Lebanese Diaspora: Investment in Lebanon/Triangular trade. The session started with a keynote speech from Chairman Itani and was moderated by renowned journalist of Lebanese origins Mr. Guga Chacra.
IDAL was also present at the event through a contact point booth where investors interested to know more about doing business in Lebanon were able to be equipped with the relevant information for an informed decision.
The Chairman of IDAL Eng. Nabil Itani, along with a delegation from the institution, took part at the Lebanese Diaspora Energy Conference (LDE), held in Brazil on November 27and 28, 2016. Eng. Itani delivered a speech during the “Exploring Opportunities through the Lebanese Diaspora: Investment in Lebanon / Triangular Trade” session, urging the involvement of all Lebanese expatriates or descendants of Lebanese origin in the economic development of Lebanon. Engineer Itani held meetings with several Lebanese expatriate figures in Brazil, including Bishop Edgar Madi, the mayor of Sao Paulo Fernando Haddad and Chairman of the Union of Industrialists in Brazil Paulo Skaff.
Upon a request of some Malaysian businessmen aspiring at investing in Lebanon and the region, the Chairman of IDAL Eng. Nabil Itani discussed ways of cooperation between Lebanon and Malaysia with a delegation from the Malaysian General Consulate headed by Trade Commissioner Khairul Annuar Abdul Halim. Both sides confirmed the fact that Malaysia and Lebanon possess many opportunities for cooperation especially in the investment and trade fields, in the light of the similarity between the two countries.
The Chairman Of IDAL Eng. Nabil Itani engineer discussed ways of enhancing cooperation between Lebanon and China with the Chinese ambassador in Beirut, Jiang Jiang. The discussions tackled economic sectors, especially IT, where Chinese companies can benefit from the expertise and capacities of the Lebanese youth and university graduates. Both parties talked about the opportunity of creating productive partnerships between Lebanon and China, targeting Arab, European and African countries' markets.