UAE: Abu Dhabi Economy Articles & Analysis

Chapter | The Guide from The Report: Abu Dhabi 2017

The guide contains listings of some of the leading hotels and resorts in Abu Dhabi and contacts for important government offices and services. It also contains useful tips and information for first-time or regular and business and leisure visitors alike.

While reduced oil prices are undoubtedly a concern for the emirate’s authorities, economic diversification efforts of recent years mean Abu Dhabi is well placed to weather a prolonged period of subdued prices. Vision 2030 meanwhile contains a raft of goals that will further reduce the emirate’s reliance on hydrocarbons, and continue to foster the emergence of a more sustainable and knowledge-based economy in the years ahead.

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To what extent is digitisation improving the provision of health care services in the UAE?

 

ETIQUETTE & DRESS: Emiratis attach great importance to hospitality. Long greetings before a meeting, either business or social, are important. In Abu Dhabi it is common to give handshakes in business settings, but it is advisable not to shake a woman’s hand unless she initiates the gesture....

Articles & Analysis | Abu Dhabi Hotel Listings from The Report: Abu Dhabi 2017

 

PARK ROTANA T: +971 2 657 3192 F: +971 2 657 3000 www.rotana.com/parkrotana park.hotel@rotana.com Rooms: 318 rooms and suites, 2 equipped rooms for guests with special needs and 90 twin rooms. Business & Conference Facilities: Business centre, 6 meeting rooms, the Grand Park Ballroom, garden terrace, catering services and an event team...

 

The Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant in Al Dhafra represents a first for the UAE and the Gulf region, and marks a milestone along the nation’s journey towards a diversified energy mix that reduces reliance on hydrocarbons, while also falling in with the UAE’s vision of a more diversified economy and a more sustainable future. The project is one of...

 

How have industrial development and economic diversity policies progressed in Al Dhafra?

 

The region of Al Dhafra encompasses approximately 35,250 sq km and accounts for 60% of the total landmass of the emirate of Abu Dhabi. The region is bound by a 350-km northern coastline and lies between Saudi Arabia to the west and south, Al Ain to the east and the Abu Dhabi region in the north-east. Al Dhafra is mostly desert and lies on the...