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He was quoted Saturday as saying that a strategic plan was in place to produce an energy mix where nuclear power accounted for 25 percent, renewable energy for 5 to 7 percent, and natural gas for 67 to 70 percent of the total demand for power...
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) governments are investing heavily in infrastructure, and spent an estimated USD112bn on capital projects in 2012, according to their budget outturns. Not only is this high in absolute terms, it also represented 7.1% of
More than 147 UAE-based companies will be exhibiting, spanning over 12,500 square metres (sqm) of exhibition space. Amongst those with the largest space reserved include Tawazun, headline sponsors of the exhibition, with 2,918sqm reserved, and
October as part of its efforts to update government stakeholders and partners on the developments registered at the Khalifa Port since the commencement of commercial operations on 1 September, 2012...The month of October saw the Khalifa Port hosting
Abu Dhabi will make certain changes to its economic strategy, which is expected to grow by 3.9 per cent in 2012 against a much higher target set in its plan, in light of ground realities. "The fundamentals of Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, of course,
The economy of oil-rich Abu Dhabi is expected to expand by 3.9 percent in 2012, the emirate's Department of Economic Development said yesterday, revising an earlier forecast for five percent growth. The department announced the figure in its "
Khalifa Port is one of the pioneering accomplishments resulting from the visionary leadership of Abu Dhabi which will make a major contribution towards achieving the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. Khalifa Port formally received its first ship from a
United Arab Emirates Ambassador to India Mr Mohame Sultan Abdalla Al Owais today called for strengthening his country's ties with India by appealing Indian companies to invest in Abu Dhabi. Speaking at a daylong seminar on 'Investment' organised by
The Advisory Committee on Free Trade Agreements, or FTA, in Abu Dhabi held its third meeting this year at the Department of Economic Development, or DED, head office, presided by DED Undersecretary Mohammed Omar Abdullah. The meeting was attended by
Satellite Y1A, the first satellite of Al Yah Satellite Communications Company, or Yahsat, has arrived at the European Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. Y1A, which will be the first satellite owned and operated by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, arrived