Projects under the Global Best Practice Programme will benefit from a unique platform that will bring together game-changers from around the world.
The spread of coronavirus COVID-19 is having a major impact on global public, social, and economic health. The solidarity shown by the international community as it navigates through the consequences that have resulted from the unprecedented global crisis is heartening.
Expo 2020 Dubai and its 190-plus participating countries are committed to working together to achieve shared goals and are making strong progress with preparations for the global event, which will begin on Oct.1, 2021.
Sheikh Mohammed said: "Today I chaired the first cabinet meeting in the new year and the "New 50." A good start on a blessed Friday Our first decision is to fully apply the new approach for the federal government work during the coming phase to achieve more effective transformational projects and enhance our economy."
A good meal can unite people of all nationalities, cultures, ages and backgrounds. And Expo 2020 Dubai is set to bring millions of visitors together to discover global cuisines, innovative culinary experiences, future-shaping food tech, old classics, new favourites, street bites and gourmet delights across more than 200 food and beverage (F&B) outlets.
The Dubai property market is witnessing a remarkable recovery as an upward trend is noted in both the prices and demand for residential properties.
The last year was a very successful year for the Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) in Sharjah, where it has continued to consolidate its position as a favored investment
Dubai’s business events sector and broader economy are poised to benefit from another year of successful bidding activity led by Dubai Business Events (DBE), the city’s official convention bureau.