The "Economy" and "Dubai Chamber" review the frameworks for implementing 33 initiatives
Ministers: Building a flexible and diversified economy is the title of the next phase
The ministers' meeting took place at the headquarters of the "Dubai Chamber". From the source
A meeting was held at the headquarters of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry yesterday to review future economic trends and clarify the purpose of economic stimulus packages, while reviewing the general framework of 33 initiatives adopted by the government.
The meeting comes within the moves of the ministers of "economy", "entrepreneurship and small and medium enterprises" and "foreign trade", to achieve a consensus of the state's economic visions with business councils and groups and representatives of the private sector. The ministers affirmed that building a resilient, diversified and sustainable economy is the title of the next stage, as well as providing a wider opportunity for the private sector to engage in development projects.
The Minister of Economy, Abdullah bin Touq Al-Marri, said that the business environment in the country enjoys many competitive advantages, most notably the efficiency of companies operating in the private sector, and their ability to adapt and develop work mechanisms and overcome economic challenges.
For his part, Minister of State for Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Enterprises, Dr. Ahmed Belhoul Al Falasi, said that building a resilient, diversified and sustainable economy is the title of the next phase, pointing to the concerted efforts of all government efforts to achieve it through a number of basic axes.
In the same context, the Minister of State for Foreign Trade, Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al-Zeyoudi, said that the general orientation for the next stage is to provide a wider room for the private sector to enter into development projects, with priority given to projects that serve the state's direction for digital transformation.
As for the Chairman of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Majid Saif Al Ghurair, he emphasized that Dubai, thanks to its forward-looking and proactive vision and its possession of a distinctive infrastructure, was able to provide the best services and economic incentives to support business growth.