MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
The Commercial Registration and Licenses Department is responsible for:
Implementing policies related to commercial registrations, trade agents and commercial entities in Qatar.
Market monitoring and regulation of the private sector.
Management and oversight of the Commercial Registry and Trade Agents Register.
Reviewing commercial license applications.
Keeping a record of economic, professional and commercial craftsmanship activities.
Issuing commercial licenses.
Verifying Qatari, GCC, Arab and international food and fodder certificates.
Reviewing Trade Agency contracts to ensure they meet standards.
Developing and implementing terms and conditions related to the principle of reciprocity for countries exporting goods and commodities that have approved local agents.
Article of Association is a legal document required to be signed by two or more legal parties that are setting up a business here in Qatar. This contains the legal agreement on how each party will orchestrate the business in accordance with Qatar Law.
This is for registering the vendor/supplier in MOCI Procurement section and the data records won’t be used for any other purpose or entity.
Processing new sales promotion applications and monitoring retail outlets that have been granted permission to carry out prize draws and distribution of gifts.
We offer submitting a request to the Commercial Registration and Licenses Department at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) to issue a trade license.
2nd Floor, Office 21, Al Yamama Building, Street 340 Near Family Food Land, Salwa Rd, Doha