The execution of the Dubai Economic Agenda D33 started on Wednesday by H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai will start instantly according to the directives of H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum under the guidance of Deputy Ruler of Dubai.
The team in the government units of Dubai would act in close cooperation with the private industry to get the different targets of the Agenda over the next ten years. The D33 agenda paves the path for a new stage of Dubai’s growth journey forced by thoughts, creation, company, and new technologies, he stated.
The journey that started 17 years ago on January 4, 2006, when H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid became the Ruler of Dubai, has catapulted the city into the range of the globe’s major cities. The ambitious targets of the agenda show H.H. Sheikh Mohammed’s confidence in the government of Dubai team’s abilities and the skills and talent of the UAE citizens, the DET Director General further stated.
Helal Saeed Al Marri was told at a media meeting held today by the Government of Dubai Media Office. Chief Editors of different local news companies participated in the meeting. Throughout the communication, the DET head highlighted the detailed schemes that form part of the D33 agenda. The goals highlighted in the Agenda represent the determination of Dubai to further consolidate its leadership on the international phase he stated.
Al Marri further stated the development of Dubai as an international economic and business center force by its exceptional business-making capable structure has provided an increase to several significant success stories of company and creation. The next step of its journey in Dubai gone through as part of the huge desire of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid with a new set of ambitious targets will further power its position as a city at the forefront of making the future of the world.
“Dubai gives one of the globe’s most fertile climates for investors and businessmen to thrive. The wide specialization the emirate has achieved in the course of its significant growth journey gives a strong platform for Dubai to further increase its competitiveness.”
Throughout the meeting, Al Marri shed further light on the prime goals of the D33 agenda which would see the execution of 100 transformative assignments. Facilitating overall economic goals of AED 32 trillion over the next ten years, the new Dubai Economic Agenda targets to double Dubai’s overseas trade to AED 25.6 trillion and add 400 cities as major trading partners over the next decade.
The agenda even comprises a program to support the development of 30 corporations in new industries to become international unicorns and incorporate 65,000 young Emiratis into the workforce and the [private industry.
The agenda even looks to start Sandbox Dubai, which targets to make Dubai a prime center for incubating business creation by making it capable of the testing and marketing of new products and technologies. In addition, the Dubai Traders Project will empower a new generation of Dubai traders in different crucial development industries, driving development in Dubai’s thriving trading center.
Al Marri even stated the new Dubai Economic Agenda contains different factors of the economic future of Dubai. The D33 agenda would facilitate industries to increase the talent of young Emiratis so that they can complete the needs of the job market of the future.
The agenda look to make sure that young citizens can get a top-quality education in Dubai without the requirement to leave the nation. The agenda facilitate an assignment to allure the finest global universities as part of the wider target of making Dubai an international spot for high education.
Al Marri even honored the part of media as major partners in the growth journey of Dubai and the instrumental part of the industry has played in increasing the profile of achievements of Dubai and success stories among the crucial public.
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