Report: What are the post-pandemic prospects for Sharjah's economy?

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Sharjah entered the pandemic period in a resilient position thanks to a highly diversified and digitalised economy supported by strong fundamentals at the national level. With the emirate benefitting from one of the world’s highest vaccination rates, it is well positioned to enjoy a robust economic recovery supported by investment flows into high-potential segments such as ICT, logistics, health, R&D, advanced manufacturing and tourism. Investors in Sharjah can also take advantage of recent pro-business reforms, including the opening up of onshore companies to 100% foreign ownership and the easing of visa rules, as well as a supportive ecosystem and a large pool of skilled workers.

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