Dubai will witness a different milestone in 2020 as a major station in the agenda of over 190 countries. WAM
Sheikh Mohammed received a red carpet welcome from Chinese diplomats and dignitaries.
Being held for the first time in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia, the event, billed as the greatest show in the world, is all set to welcome delegations representing 191 nations.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid will be accompanied by a ministerial delegation comprising Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Mohammad Bin Abdullah Al Gergawi, Suhail Bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei, Dr Anwar Gargash and Salem Issa Qattam.
The Pavilion reflects the vision of the UAE’s wise leadership to develop and enhance the sector, which transformed the desert into a series of green oases, following clear strategies and initiatives, and drawing on the latest and most advanced agricultural technologies.
Unifying the methodology for calculating service costs to enhance the performance of the Ajman’s government agencies; reflecting the emirate’s endeavour to establish a governance framework based on best practices and the highest standards.
India announced on Wednesday one of its biggest ever increases in capital spending for the next fiscal year to create jobs but targeted a narrower fiscal deficit in its last full budget ahead of a parliamentary election due in 2024.
Abdulla Bin Touq Al Marri, Minister of Economy, held a bilateral meeting with Dara Calleary, Irish Minister of State for Trade Promotion and Digital Transformation, during which, he highlighted the strong and solid relations shared by the two countries. Bin Touq explained that these ties are founded on the shared visions of the UAE and Irish
Shares in Indian tycoon Gautam Adani’s conglomerate plunged again on Wednesday as a rout in his companies deepened to $86 billion in the wake of a US short-seller report, with the billionaire also losing his title as Asia’s richest person. Wednesday’s stock losses saw Adani slip to 15th on Forbes rich list with an estimated net worth of