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Mensajepor Dalamar » 20 Mar 2013 11:58

More than 150,000 jobs could be created thanks to a deal signed between Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD) and 50 local and international companies.

Part of the Abu Dhabi Ports Company’s (ADPC) AED26.5bn (US$7.2bn) Khalifa Port project, KIZAD has agreed deals with 50 companies, which will not only provide a huge number of jobs, but also potentially contribute to about fifteen percent of Abu Dhabi’s non-oil GDP by 2030.

Located next to the Khalifa port in Taweeelah, KIZAD covers 417 square km and targets the aluminium, steel, trade and petrochemical industries among others.

Speaking at the Al Masah Capital’s third third annual investment forum, executive director of international economic relations sector of Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, Hamad Abdullah Al Mass, said that KIZAD is set to become one of the world’s largest industrial zones by 2030.

He said: “We have successfully leased over 60 percent of KIZAD’s Area A, comprising 51 square km. In the next phase we will be offering 347 square km in Area B.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 16 Jul 2017 17:14

Abu Dhabi has been named the second-best city to live, work and do business in, overtaking both London and Paris.

The capital moved up two places since the last Ipsos City Index. New York retained the top spot.

More than 18,000 people, aged between 16 and 64, in 26 countries worldwide were interviewed for the Index.

Rome, Amsterdam and Zurich were also in the top ten.

Abu Dhabi was fourth in 2013, when the last survey was carried out.

“The rise of Abu Dhabi in this global ranking is testament to the ongoing efforts to establish the Emirate as not only a tourist destination of distinction, but a location that international communities want to work, live and do business in", said Saif Saeed Ghobash, director general of the Tourism Culture Authority Abu Dhabi.

"It’s distinct popularity among the younger generations highlight the need for global cities to diversify and innovate to sustain their position and strength as business and tourism hubs.

“With the ongoing rise of tourism in Abu Dhabi we are confident that Abu Dhabi’s international reputation will grow from strength to strength as more international visitors experience what the Emirate has to offer. As we leverage the wealth of Abu Dhabi’s cultural heritage sites, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Al Ain, and the forthcoming opening of Louvre Abu Dhabi, we are confident that our position on the map of leading cities will continue to be cemented.”

Some 21 per cent of survey participants listed Abu Dhabi as a top city to do business in, just below the leader, New York.

Between January to May, Abu Dhabi recorded nearly 2 million hotel guest arrivals (1,965,436), 4 per cent more than the same period in 2016.
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