July 18, 2024

For bolstering a better Public-Private linkage, Abu Dhabi forms a new body of economic collaboration committee


The new Abu-Dhabi body of an economic collaboration committee has been built up consisting of senior public and private sector figures in Abu Dhabi for focussing on core seven sectors comprising of real estate, banking, retail, hospitality, tourism and manufacturing, technology and education etc.

The governing body, comprises of four representatives from the Government department, 22 private sector enterprises. The body was approved by none other than the chairman of Abu Dhabi’s executive office, Sheikh Khalid bin Mohamed bin Zayed, on Sunday post the revising of the Department of Economic Development’s latest five-year plan.

The 4 representatives out of the Public Sector zone encompasses the Department of Economic Development’s chairman Mohammed Al Hammadi, Department of Municipalities as well as the Transport president Falah Al Ahbabi, Department of Culture and Tourism president Mohammed Al Mubarak and as well as the director-general or chief executive regarding Abu Dhabi Investment Office, Tariq Bin Hendi.

The 22 private sectoral bodies represent includes senior figures beside ADCB, Aldar, Adnoc, Careem, Etisalat, First Abu Dhabi Bank or heads of primary family companies which include Al Fahim Group and Al Nowais Investments.

Sheikh Khalid gave instructions to create “a complete micro, little yet medium-sized organizations (MSMEs) ecosystem in accordance with supply entire purposes required after aid these enterprises, together with financial solutions”, according after a chirp by Abu Dhabi Media Office of Sunday. Sheikh Khaled also requested officials according to “submit proposals because of regulatory reforms” in imitation of improve Abu Dhabi’s competitiveness before the give up on the year.

These core body will form assignment workforce focused regarding seven accomplishment sectors over the economic system –

  • Construction and real estate;
  • Banking and Financial services;
  • Retail and E-Commerce,
  • Hospitality as well as tourism;
  • Education and technology;
  • Healthcare;
  • Enterprise as well as manufacturing and a
  • Professional SME Working group, the media office stated.

Relief measures included rental rebates, reductions concerning necessity bills as well as mortgage assurance packages according to guide SMEs among the emirate.

Abu Dhabi, as accounts for in regard to 6 percent about the global tested oil reserves, added a wide variety concerning measures in imitation of support its private sector following the outbreak concerning Covid-19 in March.

The pandemic has badly hit the global economy, who is accept to diminish 4.9 percent this year and is projected to slump within the deepest recession considering the Great Depression regarding the 1930s. The instance has hindered global trade and global move restrictions have damaged the aviation as well as hospitability sector.

In June, the governance stated such paid 220 corporations a aggregate about Dh8 bags of as like quantity over an initiative so allows restaurants, entertainment and tourism shops into the emirate according to lift 20 percent of their annual rent to ease the impact of the loss of business on the private sector.

Earlier this year, Abu Dhabi’s property builders additionally asked the government in accordance for advising banks in accordance with grant them greater loans in conformity with “alleviate their economic burden” as deep customers confronted difficulties into building rental payments.



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