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MoU Signed Between Qatar Stock Exchange and Tajikistan Central Asian Stock Exchange (CASE)
Feb 07, 2017
Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) and the Tajikistan Central Asian Stock Exchange (CASE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the Kempinski Hotel “The Pearl” in Doha.  The MoU was signed by Mr. Rashid bin Ali Al-Mansoori, CEO of Qatar Stock Exchange, and Mr.  Alisher Shernazarov, Chief Executive Officer of CASE. 
 
Mr. Rashid Al-Mansouri said that this MoU is a manifestation of the desire to further mutual cooperation and comes as part of a series of agreements that will be signed between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Tajikistan on the sidelines of a visit to the State of Qatar by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Emomali Rakhmon. 
 
 "I am delighted to see this MOU signed between the two exchanges, hoping that it will help enhance the economic cooperation between the two countries. The MOU signals the willingness of the two countries to cooperate and develop this relation further”., Mr. Al Mansoori added.
 
“The signing ceremony today is just a beginning of further cooperation between the two exchanges. We will soon start the work that has to be done in order to implement the scopes of cooperation included in the MOU.  I look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship between QSE and CASE”, he elaborated.
 
The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding is to establish and implement a procedure of mutual co-operation and agreement between the two Exchanges, primarily in terms of the provision of technical assistance on legislative and regulatory matters in relation to the operation of the stock exchanges and securities markets, mutual cooperation in staff training, the provision of technical assistance, and the support in raising public awareness on matters related to capital markets, as well as the provision of advice in relation to business development and strategies to take stock exchanges to an international stage, whilst exploring means of possible further cooperation between CASE and QSE. 

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