- MoU signed between Dubai FDI and HKTDC to boost cooperation on Belt & Road Initiative
- Roundtable discussion held with various DED agencies aimed at enhancing collaboration on future projects
- Dubai Exports renew strategic collaboration with HKTDC
- FDI capital inflow from Hong Kong from 2015 to 2018 reach US$75 million (AED 275 m)
- Real estate, rental and leasing comprise 40%of HK’s FDI capital flows to Dubai
12 March 2019: In line with the efforts to intensify investment and economic relations between two leading global business hubs, top level officials from the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai and Hong Kong Trade and Development Council (HKTDC) have signed new agreements during a strategic meeting, which was held recently in Dubai. The signing ceremonies were followed by a roundtable discussion led by DED and its agencies Dubai FDI, Dubai Exports and Dubai SME.
The United Arab Emirates has managed to achieve a qualitative leap in its economy during the recent years due to the adoption of forward-looking strategy and in anticipation of strategic plans for the future. This move has strengthened UAE’s position on the map of world economy.
- Investments in Dubai predicted to reach up to USD 800 million in 2018
- Spanish investors show strong interest in the construction, technology and equipment sectors in Dubai
- Previous investments focused on tourism reached USD 500 million this year
In a bid to further boost Dubai’s strong investment and trade relations with Spain, the Dubai Investment Development Agency (Dubai FDI), the investment development agency of Dubai Economy (DED), recently held a strategic meeting with major industries and key investors at the Circulo Ecuestre in Barcelona, Spain in collaboration with Senda International Company. The meeting formed part of Dubai FDI’s efforts to showcase Dubai’s competitive edge to attract international investors and boost the emirate’s socio-economic development.
Sign and Graphic Imaging (SGI) Dubai 2019 trade show will be held from January 13th to 15th 2019. The show currently in its 22nd consecutive year and it will be held in Dubai World Trade Centre at the halls 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. The year will certainly begin on a positive note for African printing and signage industry.
The fourth Maritime Standard Ship Finance and Trade Conference, held at Abu Dhabi’s Sheraton Hotel and Resort, was in many ways very different from the preceding three events in this increasingly popular series. While in other years the sense of challenge and adversity was dominant, this year speakers at the one-day conference were generally much more optimistic and upbeat about market prospects, although a number of potential hazards on the road to full recovery were also much in evidence.
Five-day roadshow to meet public & private organizations focused on technologies, healthcare, agriculture, aerospace, transportation & infrastructure
In participation of the upcoming World Expo Dubai 2020, Latvia shall utilize the platform as an opportunity for engaging in business opportunities in the region to develop cooperation and expand business relations between both countries.
Latvia sets forth to promote its strong relations with the UAE. In an exclusive interview, Her Excellency Astra Kurme, Latvian Ambassador to the UAE marks Latvia’s centennial anniversary of independence, acknowledging 100 years of its tremendous progress, political stability and economic growth that mirrors the Year of Zayed commemoration, celebrating 100 years of the late Sheikh Zayed, the visionary and founding father of the UAE.
The third annual The Maritime Standard Ship Finance and Trade Conference will take place on November 8th 2017 at the Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel and Resort. The event is expected to attract more than 150 senior executives from different sections of the market, including shipping, ports, finance and banking and law.