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Anti-Dumping Law protects nation's industry sector, says Minister of Economy

Posted on 22/05/2017

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, has said that the issuance of Federal Law No. 01 of 2017 on anti-dumping actions and countervailing and preventive measures is another pioneering step towards the development of the legislative and regulatory framework of the UAE's economic environment that enhances the nation's economic competitiveness, particularly in the industrial and foreign trade sectors. He added that the issuance of the law gave the concerned authorities in the ...  >>MORE

UAE economy can absorb 'Brexit shock'

Posted on 25/06/2016

The UAE economy will absorb the 'Brexit shock' and will not face any major impact in short to medium-term period, experts say. Analysts and leading corporate leaders said UAE-UK bilateral trade and investment relationship continues to be strong and mutually beneficial and will remain on track despite the historic decision to leave the European Union trade bloc on Friday. They were of the view that UAE-UK bilateral trade and investment target of £25 billion by 2020 will not be affected due to ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid issues Law on Dubai Economic Security Centre

Posted on 25/04/2016

In his capacity as Ruler of Dubai, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum issued Law No (4) of 2016 on the Dubai Economic Security Centre. The Centre aims to maintain Dubai's position as a global financial and economic hub, ensure its financial stability and protect its investments from crimes that may harm its economy. The new Law seeks to ensure the proper implementation of international best practices in Dubai's financial markets, ...  >>MORE

Dubai in top-5 ‘global cities that matter’

Posted on 10/04/2016

Dubai has jumped three places to be ranked fifth in the list of "global cities that matter”, making it an important hub for wealthy individuals, according to Knight Frank Wealth Report 2016. The emirate, placed eighth in 2015 survey, has outperformed major cities such as Shanghai, Paris and Sydney. The geographical location of the emirate makes it accessible to 1,500 ultra-high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) within a two-hour flight. "Over the last decade, Dubai's economy has evolved ...  >>MORE

Economy Minister: Tourism sector constitutes one of the important tributaries of national income

Posted on 04/04/2016

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, has said that the tourism sector is an important part of the national economy and a core pillar of economic diversification policy of the state. In an interview with the Emirates News Agency, WAM, the Economy Minister said that the inclusion of the National Council for Tourism in the Ministry of Economy, as part of the major federal government structural changes, came in the context of the vision of the wise leadership of President His ...  >>MORE

ADNEC delivers economic impact of AED 3.47 billion in 2015

Posted on 22/02/2016

Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, ADNEC, has announced that its impact on the Abu Dhabi economy in 2015 surged by 26% to AED3.47 billion from AED2.76 billion in 2014. This follows a 13% growth in the number of events hosted by Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre and Al Ain Convention Centre (AACC), which collectively hosted a total of 369 events in 2015. Addressing a press conference to announce the company's 2015 results, Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Acting Group CEO of Abu Dhabi National ...  >>MORE

UAE economy minister urges stronger joint pan-Arab action to counter regional challenges

Posted on 19/02/2016

CAIRO: Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy of the UAE, has called for stronger joint pan-Arab economic action to counter current challenges, eliminate obstacles to intra-Arab trade and investment and speed up innovation and creativity to achieve economic diversification, development and prosperity. The UAE takes great interest in the issues of joint Arab action as a main way of overcoming crises hitting the region, in particular in light of the political will to eliminate social ...  >>MORE

DED initiative aims to enhance happiness among businesses through improved compliance

Posted on 17/02/2016

The Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection, CCCP, sector in the Department of Economic Development, DED, Dubai, has launched a novel initiative, "Happiness through Commitment" to enhance happiness among business owners in the emirate through supporting them to comply with business regulations and policies. "As Dubai aims to be the happiest place in the world to live and work, we at the Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection sector are focusing on enhancing happiness among the ...  >>MORE

UAE economy to stay resilient, says Khaleej Times

Posted on 06/02/2016

ABU DHABI, 6th February 2016 (WAM) -- UAE businesses are still pursuing their expansion plans and continue to remain resilient to global cues. A random check with leading business personalities in various economic sectors gave a picture of hope and growth for 2016 weathering a bit cyclical trends of slowdown and a cautious optimistic outlook for 2016. In its editorial Khaleej Times said that the UAE is by far the most diversified economy in the region has been a big plus in terms of being less ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s GDP grows 5.5pc in Q3 2015: Statistics Centre-Abu Dhabi

Posted on 31/01/2016

Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, DED, yesterday said Abu Dhabi's gross domestic product reached Dh209 billion in the third quarter of 2015 at current prices and roughly Dh200 billion at fixed prices of 2007. The figure marks a 5.5 per cent increase over the Dh189.6 billion recorded in the third quarter of 2014 (at constant prices), it said. "Estimates by the Statistics Centre-Abu Dhabi, SCAD for the third quarter of 2015 have shown that Abu Dhabi's GDP amounted to Dh 209 billion ...  >>MORE

UAE ranks No.2 in annual Agility ranking of world's emerging markets

Posted on 22/01/2016

The United Arab Emirates, home to the powerhouse economies of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, ranks ahead of much larger economies, finishing No. 2 overall behind only China among the countries in 2016 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index, released on 18th January. The Index, in its 7th year, ranks 45 leading emerging markets countries based on their size, business conditions, infrastructure and other factors that make them attractive to logistics providers, freight forwarders, shipping lines, air ...  >>MORE

Dubai economy proves resilience again

Posted on 19/01/2016

Dubai's economy emerged resilient during 2015 despite the global challenges created by the drop in oil prices, the economic uncertainties in Europe, China and Russia, and weak global demand for commodities. This was stated by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry president and chief executive officer Hamad Buamim during an annual briefing to select media persons. Explaining the reason for resilience, Buamim mentioned that it is due to the emirate's diversified economy, which greatly ...  >>MORE

UAE will stay resilient to headwinds

Posted on 10/01/2016

A sustained weakness in oil prices, slowdown in Europe, China and other emerging markets, volatility in local and global stock markets, slump in real estate prices, unabated geopolitical tensions and a depressed investor appetite are expected to impact the UAE, keeping its growth rate at the same 2015 level of 3.5 per cent this year. While the country's economy has been resilient despite headwinds posed by a worldwide slowdown, a tightening of liquidity across the GCC is expected to have its ...  >>MORE

Gulf economic integration to strengthen UAE's role

Posted on 10/01/2016

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) organised an introductory meeting on Gulf Economic Integration at the Ministry of Presidential Affairs in Abu Dhabi to strengthen the UAE's strategic role in this area. The meeting was held in the presence of Hamad Abdul Rahman Al Madfaa, Secretary General of the Supreme Council Affairs of the Federation at the Ministry of Presidential Affairs; Younis Haji Al Khoori, Undersecretary of MoF; along with Ibrahim Al Mahmood and Dr Ibtisam Al Ketbi, UAE representatives ...  >>MORE

Sultan Al Mansouri confirms strength of UAE economy strength

Posted on 06/01/2016

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, has reiterated the strength of the UAE's economy, which he says has not been affected by falling oil prices, pointing out that the UAE's strategy for 2030 is continuing without change and that there is focus on energy efficiency management and its rationalisation. In a statement issued on the side-lines of the third session of the Federal National Council meeting in Abu Dhabi yesterday, Al Mansouri said that the UAE economy is strong and based ...  >>MORE

Dubai Economy Tracker released for November 2015

Posted on 14/12/2015

November data highlighted a modest rebound in business conditions across the Dubai private sector, with output, new orders and employment all expanding at a faster pace than in the previous month. As a result, the headline seasonally adjusted Emirates NBD Dubai Economy Tracker Index - a composite indicator designed to give an accurate overview of operating conditions in the non-oil private sector economy - picked up from 51.9 in October to 53.4 in November. The latest reading was comfortably ...  >>MORE

UAE Economic Outlook forum underlines role of policy reforms on productivity and competitiveness

Posted on 10/12/2015

The ‘UAE Economic Outlook 2016' forum, jointly organised by the Departments of Economic Development in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, with experts discussing the role of the various policies and economic drivers on promoting productivity and competitiveness in the UAE on the final day. The second day of the two-day conference held at the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi was dedicated to exchanging ideas on ‘Meeting the Productivity Challenges.' Addressing the forum on the final day, Rashed Ali Al ...  >>MORE

UAE Ministry of Economy, GE sign MoU to promote innovation partnership to mark 'Year of Innovation'

Posted on 24/11/2015

The UAE Ministry of Economy and General Electric (NYSE: GE ) on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen the culture of localised innovation, and inspire UAE government employees with deep insights on the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. As per the MoU, GE will organise leadership speaker sessions to be led by experts at the GE Ecomagination Innovation Centre in Masdar City , a regional hub that promotes collaborative research and innovation, for 30 government ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in 6th Economic Dialogue between GCC Countries and EU

Posted on 20/11/2015

BRUSSELS: The United Arab Emirates yesterday participated the 6th Economic Dialogue between the GCC Countries and the European Union. The event was held at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. The UAE delegation was led by Fahad Obeid Al Tafaq, Director of Economic Affairs and International Cooperation Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Economic Dialogue was also attended by a number of experts and specialists from the ministries of economy, finance, trade and ...  >>MORE

Diversity of UAE economy is one of its key assets, says Ahmad bin Byat

Posted on 20/11/2015

Ahmad Bin Byat, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Dubai Holding, yesterday said that the UAE economy is well placed to maintain its stability despite the turmoil faced by the global economy. He said Dubai is expected to see a growth of 5% in 2015. Bin Byat made these remarks during a ‘Meet the CEO' event organised by the Government of Dubai Media Office, GDMO, yesterday. ‘Meet the CEO' is a regular series of press events organised by GDMO for leaders of prominent Dubai organisations. Both ...  >>MORE

UAE is committed to expanding partnership, cooperation with EU: Al Mansouri

Posted on 05/11/2015

The UAE, under the leadership of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, is committed to boosting co-operation with the European Union (EU) based on principles of mutual respect and mutual vital interests driven by the UAE's open foreign policy on economic and trade fields, said Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, during a meeting with Antonio Lopez-Isturiz White, President of the EU-UAE Parliamentary Friendship Group, in Abu Dhabi. The meeting discussed ...  >>MORE

UAE tops list of Arab countries in Legatum Prosperity Index for Social Prosperity

Posted on 05/11/2015

The United Arab Emirates has taken first place, for the eighth consecutive year, in the list of Arab countries covered by the latest version of The Legatum Prosperity Index for Social Prosperity issued by the Legatum Institute in London. The UAE also took first place in the list of Arab countries in the State of World Liberty Index, which is a ranking of countries according to the degree of economic and personal freedoms that their citizens enjoy. The UAE came in second place in the list of ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid: UAE is a favourite destination for entrepreneurs, innovators

Posted on 27/10/2015

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has stressed that the UAE is a favourite destination and a perfect environment for entrepreneurs and innovators from across the world to invest in their talents and use their leverage to serve humanity and achieve their goals. "We have great expectations from entrepreneurs because we believe in their unlimited innovative ideas. They are drawing up the future with unrestrained determination ...  >>MORE

Dubai FDI, The Business Year release comprehensive update on investment opportunities in Dubai

Posted on 27/10/2015

Dubai Investment Development Agency (Dubai FDI), an agency of the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai, in partnership with the international research and publishing firm The Business Year (TBY), recently launched 'The Business Year: Dubai 2015', a comprehensive update on the economic landscape in Dubai. 'The Business Year: Dubai 2015' includes a foreword by Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, as well as over 150 ...  >>MORE

Sultan Al Mansouri inaugurates the World Economic Forum’s

Posted on 27/10/2015

In the presence of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, and H.H. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Crown Prince Court and Managing Director of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Summit Co-Chairs Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, and Ali Al Mansouri, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, have inaugurated the Opening Plenary of the World Economic Forum's Summit on the Global ...  >>MORE

Time to rethink global challenges and find innovative and sustainable solutions: Summit on Global Agenda 2015

Posted on 27/10/2015

ABU DHABI, 27th October, 2015 (WAM) -- The Fourth Industrial Revolution, the wave of new technologies and innovations that will change practically all aspects of life, is coming, and the world and every individual needs to prepare for its impact, warned Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, in the opening plenary of the WEF's eighth Summit on the Global Agenda, taking place in Abu Dhabi this week. "The new technology age, if we shape it and contribute to it ...  >>MORE

Emirati Economy minister: GDP to grow more than 3.5 percent to Dh1.6 trillion

Posted on 04/10/2015

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, said the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the UAE is predicted to grow more than 3.5 percent to more than Dh1.6 trillion this year, compared with Dh1.5 trillion in 2014. In a statement to WAM, the minister said the UAE's ability to maintain high grow rates in the past years despite global economic volatility shows its economic efficiency and proves that its diversification policy is successful as it relies more on non-oil sectors to weather ...  >>MORE

UAE top Arab nation and second globally in 73-country Islamic Economy Indicator

Posted on 29/09/2015

The UAE has received top rankings as one of the healthiest Islamic economy environments worldwide, second only to Malaysia on scores spanning seven key economic sectors, according to the second edition of the Global Islamic Economy Indicator (GIEI), which measures the development health of Islamic economy sectors across 73 core countries. The updated indicator is featured in the third ‘State of the Global Islamic Economy Report' (SGIE 2015-2016) revealing the outstanding growth of the Islamic ...  >>MORE

3 Emirati scientists join prestigious World Economic Forum society

Posted on 28/09/2015

The UAE Government yesterday announced the selection of three UAE innovators as members of the World Economic Forum's Young Scientists Community, regarded as one of the world's most prestigious scientific societies. The Young Scientists Community has selected 50 members and scientists from around the world, including Professor Ali Al Naqbi, Associate Professor, Acting Dean for Research and Graduate Studies and Chair of the Mechanical Engineering; Dr Habiba Al Safar, Assistant Professor of ...  >>MORE

Diversity vital for UAE's growth: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid

Posted on 25/09/2015

Building economic diversity seems to be the new mantra for the UAE. The country has built itself by bringing world to threshold of its gates, shading the conventional image of an oil-based desert economy to a new global hub for non-oil economy. A peak at the journey of the UAE's non-oil economy and its contribution to gross domestic product surged from 60.7 per cent in 2011 to 65.7 per cent in 2014 and now it has been forecast by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ...  >>MORE

Arabs need to move swiftly towards economic integration: Al Mansouri

Posted on 04/09/2015

CAIRO: The Arab region needs to move swiftly now, more than ever before, towards implementation of economic and social programmes and initiatives to bolster its economy, and generate job opportunities for the unemployed, Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, UAE's Minister of Economy, said in his keynote address as chairman of the 96th ordinary ministerial meeting of the Arab Economic and Social Council, at the Arab League's Secretariat General in Cairo yesterday. The region also needs to increase its ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber workshop sheds light on provisions of new Commercial Companies Law

Posted on 04/09/2015

Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently organised a workshop in association with the Baker and McKenzie Habib Al Mulla law firm, highlighting the notable changes introduced by the new Commercial Companies Law. The workshop, which was attended by Dubai Chamber members, lawyers and legal consultants, investors, contract specialists, general managers and business owners, provided insights into the provisions of the new Commercial Companies Law while assessing its impact on companies ...  >>MORE

Dubai climbs up Economist’s ‘liveable cities’ rankings

Posted on 19/08/2015

Dubai has been ranked as one of the world's most improved cities to live, according to a new report. The Economist Intelligence Unit's "Liveability Ranking and Overview August 2015” report put Dubai as the third most improved city over the past five years. It is now ranked 75 out of 140 and showed more improvement than Beijing in China, Warsaw in Poland and Kuwait City. Australian city Melbourne remains top of the list followed by Vienna in Austria while Vancouver in Canada came in third. ...  >>MORE

UAE reserves set to surge 9% to $83.7 billion in 2016

Posted on 09/08/2015

The gross official reserves of the UAE is projected to grow 8.9 per cent to $83.7 billion in 2016 from $76.8 billion in 2015 and hit $118.4 billion in 2020 as the economy picks up gradual growth momentum over the next five years regardless of the oil price plunge, a forecast by the International Monetary Fund shows. In tandem with the surge in reserves, the UAE will also witness a gradual pick-up in its current account surplus that has shrunk to a record low of five per cent of gross domestic ...  >>MORE

UAE economy is projected to grow 4.5% in 2014: Al Mansouri

Posted on 17/12/2014

The UAE economy is expected to grow at an average of 4.5 percent in 2014 and that oil contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is projected to be around 30 percent, Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, said on Tuesday. He stated that most of the economic growth was primarily fuelled by non-oil sectors which means broader economic diversification in consistent with the vision of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Vice President and Prime Minister ...  >>MORE

UAE Economic Outlook forum highlights prospects and march towards knowledge economy

Posted on 17/12/2014

Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, the second annual UAE Economic Outlook 2015 forum, opened yesterday in Dubai to analyse the economic outlook for the UAE in light of the global economic context and prospects. Jointly hosted by the Department of Economic Development in Dubai and the Department of Economic Development in Abu Dhabi the two-day forum, is attended by over 300 executives from ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber Roundtable focuses on Leadership in the Islamic Economy

Posted on 16/12/2014

Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in cooperation with Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre (DIEDC) and strategic partner Thomson Reuters, organised the ‘Global Islamic Economy Summit Roundtable Series II, highlighting the importance of leadership for the development of the Islamic economy, at the DIFC Conference Centre recently. The event, covering three sessions, explored topics: Islamic Finance and its Role in the Islamic Economy, Building Out the Islamic Economy Beyond Islamic ...  >>MORE

Sixth UAE-US Economic Policy Dialogue in Washington concludes

Posted on 12/12/2014

The sixth Economic Policy Dialogue between the United Arab Emirates and the United States of America has concluded in the US capital, Washington. Khalid Ghanem Al Ghaith, Assistant Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs, headed the UAE side, while Charles H. Rivkin, US Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, headed the US side. In his speech during the meeting, Al Ghaith said, "The UAE and the United States are linked by outstanding ties of cooperation," pointing out ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in 2nd Arab-Russian Cooperation Forum in Khartoum

Posted on 04/12/2014

KHARTOUM: Assistant Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs and International Cooperation Khaled Ghanem Al Ghaith chaired the UAE's delegation to the 2nd Arab-Russian Cooperation Forum, which started today in the Sudanese capital Khartoum The meeting discussed ways to enhance cooperation between Arab countries and Russia in political and economic fields. It also tackled a host of important regional and international issues. Ambassador Saeed Hamdan Al Naqbi, Director of the Department of ...  >>MORE

U.A.E.'s GDP grew 236-fold in 43 years, economy to grow 4.8pc this year, says Minister Al Mansouri

Posted on 25/11/2014

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the U.A.E. has grown 236-fold in the past 43 years since the establishment of the Federation, starting at just Dh1.77 billion in 1971, and is expected to reach Dh419 billion by the end of this year, Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, the U.A.E. Minister of Economy, said on Monday. Minister Al Mansouri expected the U.A.E. economy to grow by 4.8 percent this year. Looking ahead past 2014 and citing the International Monetary Fund's (IMF's) recent projections, he ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. among 10 best world economies in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business report, leads Arab World

Posted on 30/10/2014

The U.A.E. advanced three ranks in the latest World Bank's Doing Business 2015 report to settle at 22 compared to last year's rankings, maintaining its lead in the Arab Region and beating some advanced European and Asian economies. Doing Business 2015: 'Going Beyond Efficiency' ranked the U.A.E. among the 10 economies that have improved the most in performance on its indicators since the previous year. This year's report highlights 10 economies that have done so, including five in Sub-Saharan ...  >>MORE

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Anti-Dumping Law protects nation's industry sector, says Minister of Economy


UAE economy can absorb 'Brexit shock'


Mohammed bin Rashid issues Law on Dubai Economic Security Centre


Dubai in top-5 ‘global cities that matter’


Economy Minister: Tourism sector constitutes one of the important tributaries of national income


ADNEC delivers economic impact of AED 3.47 billion in 2015


UAE economy minister urges stronger joint pan-Arab action to counter regional challenges


DED initiative aims to enhance happiness among businesses through improved compliance


UAE economy to stay resilient, says Khaleej Times


Abu Dhabi’s GDP grows 5.5pc in Q3 2015: Statistics Centre-Abu Dhabi


UAE ranks No.2 in annual Agility ranking of world's emerging markets


Dubai economy proves resilience again


UAE will stay resilient to headwinds


Gulf economic integration to strengthen UAE's role


Sultan Al Mansouri confirms strength of UAE economy strength


Dubai Economy Tracker released for November 2015


UAE Economic Outlook forum underlines role of policy reforms on productivity and competitiveness


UAE Ministry of Economy, GE sign MoU to promote innovation partnership to mark 'Year of Innovation'


UAE participates in 6th Economic Dialogue between GCC Countries and EU


Diversity of UAE economy is one of its key assets, says Ahmad bin Byat


UAE is committed to expanding partnership, cooperation with EU: Al Mansouri


UAE tops list of Arab countries in Legatum Prosperity Index for Social Prosperity


Mohammed bin Rashid: UAE is a favourite destination for entrepreneurs, innovators


Dubai FDI, The Business Year release comprehensive update on investment opportunities in Dubai


Sultan Al Mansouri inaugurates the World Economic Forum’s


Time to rethink global challenges and find innovative and sustainable solutions: Summit on Global Agenda 2015


Emirati Economy minister: GDP to grow more than 3.5 percent to Dh1.6 trillion


UAE top Arab nation and second globally in 73-country Islamic Economy Indicator


3 Emirati scientists join prestigious World Economic Forum society


Diversity vital for UAE's growth: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid


Arabs need to move swiftly towards economic integration: Al Mansouri


Dubai Chamber workshop sheds light on provisions of new Commercial Companies Law


Dubai climbs up Economist’s ‘liveable cities’ rankings


UAE reserves set to surge 9% to $83.7 billion in 2016


UAE economy is projected to grow 4.5% in 2014: Al Mansouri


UAE Economic Outlook forum highlights prospects and march towards knowledge economy


Dubai Chamber Roundtable focuses on Leadership in the Islamic Economy


Sixth UAE-US Economic Policy Dialogue in Washington concludes


UAE participates in 2nd Arab-Russian Cooperation Forum in Khartoum


U.A.E.'s GDP grew 236-fold in 43 years, economy to grow 4.8pc this year, says Minister Al Mansouri


U.A.E. among 10 best world economies in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business report, leads Arab World