By Euro Weekly News Media • 06 October 2011 • 9:17
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MARBELLA will have an international business school, the town hall confirmed.
Marbella Mayor, Angeles Muñoz, signed an agreement to create the business school with Nest Investments Ltd during a meeting held in Qatar.
She also met executives from World Trade Center company in Qatar who are said to be interested in building a business centre in Marbella.
Muñoz is currently on an institutional tour of the Persian Gulf with Marbella Councillor for Tourism to attract investors to Marbella and will also visit Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Kuwait.
The objective of the trip is to make the most of the development potential afforded by the new General Plan (PGOU), especially in the Guadaiza and Holanducia areas.
They are also meeting with the Royal Families of each country, and with representatives of the Al-Thani Group, managed by Malaga Football Club owner, Sheikh Abdullah Bin-Nasser Al-Thani.
During this meeting, both parties expressed their wish for the project to enlarge La Bajadilla Port in Mabrella, which was assigned to the partnership between Malaga Town Hall and Al-Thani, to begin as soon as possible.
By Jennifer Leighfield
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