Sheikh Ahmed bin Muslim bin Ham Al Ameri, Executive Director of Bin Ham Group, valued the launch of the “50 projects”, stressing that it will have a positive, deep and fundamental impact on economic life in particular, and public life in general, after a wave of recession and deflation that affected all countries of the world due to the “Corona” epidemic. Which completely disrupted the course of life.
He stressed that the UAE government is working with all its agencies not only to facilitate business activities, but to facilitate the lives of investors and provide a stable investment environment for all, through a clear vision for the future of the “50 projects” and the real estate sector.
Ahmed bin Ham stressed the importance of the initiatives of the fifty projects in supporting the real estate sector, investors and businessmen to ensure future investment for all sectors, as these initiatives chart the course of the next fifty years through structural and radical changes in the economic system, and this will support the real estate sector, which will open the door to global economic companies Launching projects to attract talents and investors to the UAE.
With the allocation of 58 billion dirhams, within the general budget of the Union in 2021, as expenditures in order to complete vital national projects, and to create a legislative environment conducive to economic growth and prosperity, the UAE enjoys great economic stability and a promising investment environment.
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Bin Ham indicated: What the UAE aspires to is to build a solid future for future generations and create promising qualitative opportunities for them that contribute to the continuation of this national spirit, and instill a lofty approach based on peace and tolerance for the next fifty years.
He continued, “The UAE is keen to involve all segments of society in planning to shape the future of the state, and through the “Fifty Principles”, the state will be able to preserve its gains and multiply its achievements.
With the announcement of the “50 projects”, the UAE government spread an atmosphere of optimism in the business environment and among the various components of society
The state’s interest in the digital economy comes within the framework of the comprehensive national interest, the development of national human cadres, the development and support of talent and the development of education in line with the state’s future vision, in addition to establishing partnerships with developed countries and concluding cooperation and investment agreements with countries of the world.
He pointed out that the allocation of 5 billion dirhams to implement the project of adopting advanced technology in industrial enterprises within the “50 projects” will contribute to conducting digital transformation using advanced technology and the concepts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Executive Director of Bin Ham Group continued: The UAE has advanced 5 ranks worldwide in the competitive industrial performance index, which is issued annually by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), according to the 2021 assessment, in a new international testimony to the established position of the national industry and the business environment in The state, which is heading towards further strengthening and empowerment with the launch of the National Strategy for Industry and Advanced Technology and the National Added Value Program launched by the UAE government at the state level within the “Fifty Projects” is added to the list of creative and innovative initiatives that the wise leadership in the country has always been keen to launch in the framework of its foresight For the future, anticipating its challenges and transforming them into opportunities for growth and prosperity, as the program will contribute to empowering local industrial and productive companies, increasing development opportunities for them, expanding their activities and business in cooperation with the government sector, and enhancing the country’s global competitiveness.
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