UAE: Abu Dhabi Economy Articles & Analysis

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The situation of young people in the Arab world has long been a concern for policymakers. With some of the highest unemployment rates globally, much of the MENA region suffers from strife and sectarian tensions, warding off private investment and job creation that would help satisfy the aspirations of its young people. According to the World...

 

The February 2016 announcement by Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, the UAE minister of state for financial affairs, that the UAE will introduce a value-added tax (VAT) is one of the most significant economic developments in the country in recent years. While the UAE has been a strong proponent of VAT for some time, the prospect of reducing the...

 

In what way does the GCC ensure regional security in collaboration with others?

 

How does the Mubadala Investment Company merger accelerate economic diversification?

 

With substantial financial buffers and hydrocarbons reserves that are among the world’s largest, Abu Dhabi has increased its political and economic influence in recent years, both regionally and globally. From renewable energy to health care and aviation, a rapidly diversifying economy means that the emirate is well placed to weather the...

 

The past decade has seen substantial changes in the global economy and geopolitics, with the rise of China and Russia’s re-emergence on the global stage being two particularly important trends. These developments are creating new opportunities for GCC member states as they look to diversify their economies and trade, seek investment...