Al Jaber: Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy will achieve a qualitative leap in the national industrial sector
Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber
The Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, expressed his confidence that Abu Dhabi's new industrial strategy will achieve a qualitative leap in the national industrial sector, and will have a positive impact on the local economy.
Al Jaber stressed that the UAE, thanks to the leadership's directives, continues to empower the industrial sector and increase its competitiveness, by taking advantage of the available resources, advantages and capabilities, and always looks at the future positively and takes the initiative to build a flexible and encouraging environment to achieve the best results in this strategic sector.
Prepare for the future
Prepare for the future
On the occasion of the launch of His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, member of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and head of the Abu Dhabi Executive Office, the "Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy", he said, "In line with the directives of the leadership, the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology is keen to redouble efforts, prepare for the future, and contribute efficiently Effectiveness in diversifying the economy, benefiting from the competitive advantages of the UAE, and integrating roles among all stakeholders to build a strong industrial sector based on capabilities, infrastructure, logistics and an environment that attracts investments.
Al Jaber added: “Abu Dhabi’s new industrial strategy builds on the achievements of the national strategy for industry and advanced technology launched by the UAE to enhance the role of the local industrial sector and its economic contribution. Providing the necessary capabilities for future industries, and attracting investments that support national industries.”
He stressed that this strategy supports the process of industrial growth and contributes to the development, empowerment and qualification of Emirati cadres, the establishment of a smart circular economy, the development of a sustainable ecosystem, investment in future technologies, strengthening partnership with the private sector, in addition to establishing a business environment that supports investors and entrepreneurs, through programs New and qualitative incentives such as “Made in the Emirates”, which is a pioneering practical step to drive industrial growth in the country.
He explained that the new strategy will support the UAE's endeavors to achieve climate neutrality by 2050, and the national plan for climate change, by enhancing opportunities for the green industrial sector, integrating smart manufacturing, and energy efficiency management programs.
He said: "The UAE has several advantages that enhance its position as a global center for manufacturing and industry, including its strategic geographical location, export capabilities, access to major supply chains, strategic partnership agreements, stimulating policies and regulatory frameworks, availability of raw materials, traditional and renewable energy, qualified cadres, and infrastructure. Integrated transportation, advanced logistics, communication and information technology, and a high-level quality of life within a diverse and secure society.”
Al Jaber stressed that Abu Dhabi's industrial experience in developing specialized areas of the highest international standards has contributed greatly to attracting investments in the industrial, manufacturing and advanced technology sectors, expressing his confidence that Abu Dhabi's new industrial strategy will achieve a qualitative leap in the national industrial sector, and will have a positive impact on the economy. the local.
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