Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has affirmed that crisis management creates opportunities and that management crises destroy gains.
He revealed that the UAE economy managed to create 248,000 jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic including 100,000 jobs in the retail and e-commerce sectors and 148,000 jobs in the financial, technology and communications sectors.
Sheikh Mohammed tweeted: “The world economy shrank by 4 per cent, international trade declined by 20 per cent and the world lost millions of jobs in 2020. In the same year, the UAE economy created 100,000 jobs in the retail and e-commerce sectors and 148,000 jobs in the financial, technology and telecommunications sectors. We repeat: Crisis management creates opportunities, management crises destroy gains.”
"Not only have we effectively safeguarded the health and wellbeing of citizens and residents, we have also weathered the economic impact of the crisis. Thanks to the vision of our founding fathers, combined with our robust institutions and public services, have enabled us to counter the COVID-19 challenge'
The study also showed that the UAE government’s handling of the pandemic’s effect, contributed to the spread of reassurance and a sense of safety among community members, by about 98%.
Omar Bin Sultan Al Olama has said that the Government of the UAE, led by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid, has become an inspiring role model for those governments seeking to move into the future, in terms of policy resiliency and high and proactive readiness in facing challenges.
The government of Kerala has asked Keralite community organisations in the UAE to coordinate their efforts with the UAE agencies to provide relief to the victims in the face of the mayhem unleashed by the new coronavirus, COVID-19, he said in a statement on Monday.
Dubai has been challenging Hong Kong and Singapore for more than a decade in attracting skilled workers, and factors such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Europe have increased the emirate's popularity.
The girl went out of her house to play in the garden, when she started screaming loudly because of the snake bite, according to the Turkish media.
The Dubai Misdemeanours Court sentenced an Asian to 3 months in jail, to be followed by deportation after serving his sentence, and fined him Dhs275,000 for breach of trust.