UAE Weekly Business News 17/10/21
Updated: Sep 1
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UAE Weekly Business News, Issue 58. 17th October 2021.
Trade licence and visa-related headlines
ADDED launches golden list project of local industrial products (WAM 13/10/2021)
DMT issue new Code of Practice for Marina Operations (WAM 13/10/2021)
Bilateral trade-related headlines
UAE, Mexico agree on new plans to reinforce economic cooperation (WAM 10/10/2021)
DMCC explores furthering trade relations with Botswana (WAM 13/10/2021)
Covid pandemic brings double-digit surge in Irish exports to UAE (The National 13/10/2021)
UAE, Senegal to set up joint business council (WAM 14/10/2021)
UAE, S. Korea launch trade partnership talks (WAM 14/10/2021)
Abu Dhabi Chamber, Angola discuss boosting trade cooperation (WAM 16/10/2021)
UAE business and economy-related headlines
Dubai Chamber survey shows rebound in business confidence in Q4 2021 (WAM 10/10/2021)
Public-private projects worth Dh25 billion announced in Dubai (The National 10/10/2021)
Abu Dhabi opens coding school without teachers or classrooms (The National 10/10/2021)
A guide to getting your UAE driving licence (The National 10/10/2021)
UAE to set out new law regulating charity giving and fundraising (The National 11/10/2021)
Why the UAE’s 2050 net-zero pledge matters (The National 13/10/2021)
Arab region natural gas demand growing at 'fastest' pace: OAPEC (WAM 12/10/2021)
More than 200,000 Abu Dhabi addresses added to Google Maps (The National 12/10/2021)
Central Bank, ADGM to cooperate on development of UAE FinTech sector (WAM 13/10/2021)
UAE’s non-oil foreign trade up 27% to AED900 billion in H1-2021 (WAM 13/10/2021)
Climate change is biggest risk to financial institutions, says UAE Central Bank governor (The National 13/10/2021)
How the UAE is becoming a sustainable finance centre (The National 13/10/2021)
Foreign exchange transactions by UAE non-residents surge in first 10 days of Expo 2020 (The National 13/10/2021)
Dubai property records best ever third quarter as value of sales hits $11.5bn (The National 13/10/2021)
UAE rail link from Fujairah to Saudi border on track for completion (The National 13/10/2021)
How to obtain a police clearance certificate in Abu Dhabi and Dubai (The National 13/10/2021)
Gulf states will see 'passenger rail network in next decade' (The National 14/10/2021)
EHS opens specialised mental health treatment unit targeting senior citizens (WAM 17/10/2021)
Written by Jenny Hunt
Founder, Gateway Group, Abu Dhabi & Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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