Thanks to a solid foundation laid down by the founding father, late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the UAE has emerged as the fastest-growing and most stable country in the entire region.
While the UAE was celebrating its 48th National Day this week, the thoughts running in my head were of when I first stepped into the country, ten years ago.
Dr Ahmad Bin Abdullah Humaid Belhoul Al Falasi, Minister of State for Higher Education and Advanced Skills signed the agreement under which the UAE becomes an active member of the programme, which will extend for the next ten years, and aims to provide better skills and education for a billion people around the world.
Regional and multi-national financial institutions are rolling out digital platforms to transform customer experiences, optimise costs, and meet data regulations. As a result, Clifford Chance says Mena’s Fintech market will top $2.5 billion by 2022.
Sheikh Mohammed said, "We want to achieve a qualitative leap in infrastructure, energy and transport fields as part of a vision that combines inclusiveness and integration and takes into account balance and sustainability and enhances our competitiveness regionally and globally."
India’s strong economic recovery, an expectation of low-interest environment and improved asset income visibility may drive investments in 2021, according to a survey on capital markets by property consultancy firm JLL India.
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown up one issue that’s been holding the world, particularly poor nations, in a vice-like grip: food shortages. The virus has made good, nutritious food all the more scarce while millions go to bed hungry. In this context,
After suffering decades of electricity shortages that left families and businesses in the dark, Pakistan finds itself with a new problem: more electrical generating capacity than it needs. Large-scale construction of new power plants — largely coal-fired
When I deliver lectures on pandemic ethics over Zoom — part of my job as a bioethicist — one of the questions I am asked with increasing frequency is whether I believe there will be any silver linings to COVID-19. I usually respond with dark humour,