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Stability through seismic changes

Filed on March 22, 2021
Neslihan Aydagül, Managing Director UAE for The Business Year and Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri, UAE Minister of Economy

Neslihan Aydagül, Managing Director UAE for The Business Year, meets with Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri, UAE Minister of Economy, to discuss special projects

The Business Year recently met with Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri, UAE Minister of Economy, for an exchange of views on the current economic situation of the UAE, as well as a discussion exploring The Business Year's projects across the country and an expression of renewed commitment to a flourishing partnership. At the invitation of the Ministry of Economy, The Business Year has been able to carry out in-depth analysis across the country.

In Abu Dhabi, The Business Year is wrapping up a special report focusing on the key sectors throughout the pandemic: Special Report: Abu Dhabi Resilience & Growth. Similar special reports are progressing in Dubai with Special Report: Dubai Resilience & Growth, Sharjah with Special Report: Sharjah Resilience & Growth, and Ras Al Khaimah with Special Report: Ras al Khaimah Resilience & Growth.

The UAE has been a standout example of how to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Through expeditious and attentive reactions, the government, in which Al Marri has played a leading role, enacted key policy responses through a National Epidemic Control Plan, invested in fiscal stimulus measures, and communicated a clear health protocol.

The Business Year's series of special reports address the key sectors that have proved so pivotal in this period. Through its research, ?The Business Year shines a spotlight on investment and economic strategy, the seismic changes occurring in education and health, the shifting attitudes in resources and sustainability, and the pandemic's impact on transformative technologies as well as digitalisation and logistics.

Commenting on the fine position the UAE finds itself in, Al Marri remarked that the UAE would aim to double its GDP over the next 10 years. The Business Year is proud to be the trusted partner of the UAE Ministry of Economy and hopes to document these ambitions. Neslihan Aydagül stated, "The Business Year has covered the UAE for the better part of a decade, and we are excited to join it for the next decade, helping to chart new trends, developments, challenges, and successes."

The Business Year's special reports on the UAE will be released worldwide throughout 2021. Its first-hand research reaches key international investors and members of the global business community, targeting international financial institutions, international corporations, investors, accountancy firms, industrial conglomerates, and governmental organisations. Special Report: Abu Dhabi Resilience & Growth will be distributed extensively, both domestically and globally, and will reach an even larger audience via a powerful network of digital platforms, including key business information platforms such as Bloomberg Terminal, Refinitiv Eikon, Dow Jones Factiva, and FactSet.

The UAE has been a standout example of how to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Through expeditious and attentive reactions, the government, in which Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri has played a leading role, enacted key policy responses through a National Epidemic Control Plan, invested in fiscal stimulus measures, and communicated a clear health protocol.





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