Guide to Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi is the Capital of the UAE, and the largest of the seven Emirates, constituting over 85% of the nation's total land area. Abu Dhabi possesses 10% of the world's oil 5% of its gas reserves, and produces 90% of oil in the U.A.E. The generated income has been purposely invested to create a first class infrastructure and flourishing modern metropolis. At the same time great effort has been taken to protect Abu Dhabi's natural scenic beauty and to preserve the authentic spirit of Arabia.
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UAE inaugurates world’s first Arab falconry and desert physiognomy school
Mohammed bin Zayed Falconry and Desert Physiognomy School, the first institution in the world to teach original Arab falconry traditions, rules and ethics, was officially inaugurated today in Al Ain City. Named after His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the project was launched in 2014 to educate future generations about deep-rooted heritage and history of the UAE and the wider Arabian Peninsula.
UAE Central Bank Has An Ambitious Regulatory Development Programme Underway, Says Senior Official
The Central Bank of United Arab Emirates, UAE, is working on an ambitious regulatory development programme in line with developments at the international level, where, at the federal level, the apex bank is near to completing a few key legislative enablers, said Saeed Abdulla Al Hamiz, Assistant Governor For Banking Supervision Affairs, Banking Supervision Department at the Central Bank of the UAE. These include a new central bank and banking law that reflects a substantial amendment to our existing Central Bank Union Law No. 10 of 1980, that among other things will further enhance Central Bank’s independence and governance; and better align of our macro-prudential institutional framework our banking sector regulation and supervision with best practices; as well as strengthen safety nets, Al Hamiz said at the opening of the two-day 12th High-Level Meeting for Global Banking Standards and Regulatory and Supervisory Priorities, co-organised by Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Financial Stability Institute, and the Arab Monetary Fund.
UAE And China Maintain Growing Trade, Economic, Investment Partnership, Says MoE Official
The UAE and China maintain growing trade, economic and investment partnership, making China the second largest trading partner to the UAE, according to Juma Mohammed Al Kait, Assistant Undersecretary for Foreign Trade Affairs, Ministry of Economy.
Transformative Industries Added 16% To GDP By End Of Q3, Minister Of Economy
Investment in the Transformative industries sector in the UAE reached AED130 billion by the end of September of this year compared to more than AED 127.6 billion in 2015, according to a report issued by the Ministry of Economy to on the occasion of the 45th National Day.
Middle East Attracts Over 55% Global Brands
The Middle East is becoming the global retail growth hotspot and shaping up the future of online retail, with over 55% international fashion brands setting up shop here for a customer base that is increasingly online. Besides these, the region also has an increasing population that is ready to spend, as per a recent study by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, UAE consumers will be spending over Dh750 billion by 2017.
Now in its seventh year, SIAL, the regions fastest-growing professional trade exhibition for the food, drink and hospitality industries, held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE, Minister of Presidential Affairs and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, will open on Monday 5 December at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, running until Wednesday 9 December. Global food innovation and trends impacting the F&B industry will headline SIAL 2016 as pressure on the UAE’s food production capacity will see GCC food imports increase to over US$53.1 billion by 2020 according to research from Economic Intelligent Unit. An expanding population, an increase in tourism numbers, a lack of arable land and limited water resources contributing to the resulting shortfall.
Egypt’s Struggling Economy
The Egyptian economy is in very real danger of halting to a stop as the value of its pound continues to slide forcing many businesses to simply cease trading as the black market grows. Importing and exporting appears to be near-impossible for many smaller businesses as the currency simply isn’t strong enough against other World currencies.
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