UAE: Abu Dhabi Economy Articles & Analysis

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How will ADGM build on its strong base for wealth management and institutional investment to generate additional prosperity?

 

Abu Dhabi’s evolution from desert oasis to modern metropolis has seen society undergo enormous changes over the past century, making the preservation of tradition and history an important and critical priority. Efforts to protect and promote Emirati culture and history have accelerated in recent years, as the National Archives moves to enact a...

 

Recent decades have seen the GCC become increasingly connected to the wider global economy through trade and investment links. Over the years capital flows between the Gulf and the rest of the world have deepened significantly, a process first driven by trade and investment with the historically important blocs of Europe and North America, and...

 

The UAE has risen in recent years to become one of the world’s largest providers of official development assistance (ODA), while simultaneously ramping up efforts to support women and families within its own borders. Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) in particular has been active in rolling out urgently needed disaster and conflict relief around the...

 

Over the years, the relationship between China and the UAE has been continuously strengthened, opening up a new pattern of comprehensive, practical, efficient and rapid development. China regards the UAE as a good friend and a good partner in the Gulf region, and is willing to elevate the level of strategic partnership so as to break new...

 

Since Saudi Arabia began reducing its domestic wheat production in 2008, the issue of food security has been high on the agenda for GCC governments. The kingdom, which was once self-sufficient in the grain and even exported to the wider region, recognised a fact that is true across the whole of the Arabian Peninsula: it is running out of water...