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The Sharjah Consultative Council, SCC commended the unending support of H.H Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah to the business sector.
The gratitude came in after the second stimulus package of Sharjah government incentives was approved.
The stimulus which amounts to Dhs512 million will be aiding government and private entities, business sectors and individuals in uplifting the continuity of business and development.
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SCC Chairman Ali Mehad Al Suwaidi said the incentives mirror the vision of His Highness the Sharjah Ruler to create a comfortable environment for businesses to thrive.
"With these incentives, the Emirate of Sharjah continues to lead economically, as it was and it is still the gateway to investment and business, which is always keen to achieve the desired stability and growth, because it believes in the importance of developing all economic sectors and ensuring their success and sustainability,” he added.
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