Qatari Biscuit Factory Seeking to Invest in Ethiopia

Apr 30 , 2021

Al Mondial, one of the leading producers of biscuits in Qatar, is looking for business opportunities in Ethiopia. Last week, the management of the company discussed possible investment opportunities in Ethiopia with key government officials. 

Officials of the Ethiopian Investment Commission highlighted the conducive business and economic environment, the tax holidays and incentive packages, and the infrastructure available in the country. 

Ambassador of Ethiopia to Qatar, Samia Zekaria, has already invited the company to visit Ethiopia and benefit from the fast-growing economy, the development of dozens of industrial zones and the bulk of the workforce. 

Al Mondial Factory for Industrial Food produces biscuits, wafers, and candy products.



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