Abu Dhabi’s trade with the Sultanate of Oman during the first ten months of this year amounted to Dhs4.55 billion. File/WAM
Abu Dhabi has been witnessing rapid growth and development on its journey to become a world-class destination and several positive factors reflect that reality. The singling out of Abu Dhabi as one of the most cultural cities in the world in a recent online list compiled by Skyscanner, the popular travel fare website,
Khalifa Al Qubaisi, Deputy Director General of Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), received at the Fund’s headquarters Zhaslan Madiyev, Deputy Chairman of the Agency for Strategic Planning and Reform of Kazakhstan.
The webinars addressed the impact of COVID-19 on innovation and the global economy, along with wellness at work and responsible innovation.
The global economic growth will recover to a great extent next year and the investor trust and confidence will return to market due to quick progress on COVID-19 vaccine development. This was stated by Sachin Gupta, General Manager
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday slashed its US economic growth forecast as aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes cool demand but predicted that the United States would “narrowly” avoid a recession.
Dubai has recorded 2,624 real estate and properties transactions at a value of Dhs 8 billion in total during the week ending 24th June 2022. The DLD report said that 274 plots were sold for Dhs1.15 billion,
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) and Chairman of Enoc and Dragon Oil, Mikayil Jabbarov, the Minister of Economy