Abu Dhabi’s Vision 2030 Boosts Morale, but the Challenge will be in Execution
ABU DHABI - The Abu Dhabi Vision 2030 document released on Wednesday last has come in as a morale booster amidst the all-pervasive economic gloomy signals, but the real challenge will be in the execution of the remarkable programmes envisaged in it, according to an expert.
The document discloses that
The release of these brighter pictures of economy has come in an appropriate time because of the widespread reports of the fast approaching economic recession, and it seems to have generated a feeling that ‘we have started seeing the end of the tunnel’ both among the experts, investors and the ordinary people.
Talking to Khaleej Times, the Chairman of Events section at the MEED Middle East Business Intelligence network Dr Edmund O’Sullivan said
These resources come mainly from the past savings generated by the high oil prices. And the oil-rich
This becomes all the more demanding because the quantum of labour required for producing a particular amount of wealth from non-oil sectors would be much higher than the oil sector.
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