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Dubai " edited by Dubai FDI, the foreign investment promotion office at the Department of Economic Development DEDunder a partnership with the International Business Consultancy, that Dubai's strategic location avails more trade and investment opportunities. He underscored that the significance of trade sector and the knowledge driven economy, being the major components for the sustainable development.
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From now to yearSheikh Mohammad continued, the emerging markets will be the main engine of global economic growth, and trade flows will become more connected as mobility of goods, services and people will become more flexible. He added that the 40 years of hard work and perseverance had seen the UAE scoring many achievements, citing the prosperous economy, which earned the UAE global respect. Regarding the UAE's attitude towards the international economic changes, Sheikh Mohammed said, "the world is currently undergoing a transition, which may have strong influence over this century.
This transformation is indicating the centre of economy is shifting from the West to the emerging markets. Sheikh Mohammed emphasised that Dubai continues to seizing the economic, cultural and scientific opportunities cherished by the future, indicating that it forges new connections to sustain the growth across this decade and the ones that follow.
Owais opened the exhibition as part of the Emirati Cultural Festival that started in Turkey on Thursday. Organised by the ministry of culture, youth and community development in association with the UAE embassy, the festival will run until Oct.
The minister hailed the deep-rooted cultural relations between the UAE and Turkey and said that Istanbul was chosen for the Burda exhibition because of its special place in ancient Islamic history. The gallery of Burda collections based in the UAE capital was airlifted to Turkey as part of the exhibition.
Burda Award, one of the most celebrated prizes in the Muslim world in love and remembrance of Prophet Mohammed, was first launched nine years ago with support from the UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed, who was minister of Culture at that time, recalled Owais. The awards are given in three main categories, including poetry in classical Arabic language, calligraphy and Islamic illumination art.
Arabs, non-Arabs, Muslims and non-Muslims participate in the contest every year. These include minors, the elderly, pregnant women, people in detention due to their irregular status, those with medical conditions and nationals of countries with no diplomatic representation in Syria. The majority of TCNs in Syria are female domestic workers who originate from more than 23 countries.
Many have lost their jobs and are now stranded in conflict areas and at risk. The funding will also facilitate the issuance of exit visas, the provision of transport to safe locations prior to departure, pre-departure health screening, and the provision of food, water and medicine in transit areas.
To date, IOM has helped some 2, vulnerable migrants to leave Syria. It has received 6, requests for evacuation from embassies and consulates inside Syria and in neighbouring countries. As of June, there were an estimatedmigrant workers in Syria. The Thai Premier welcomed the UAE delegation's visit, saying that it will contribute towards strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries, especially in economics and commerce.
Shinawatra added that the visit will push towards allowing relations between the two countries reach new heights, stressing on the importance of the bilateral partnership the two countries enjoy. During the meeting, Sheikha Lubna conveyed the UAE Government's greetings to the Thai Government, and discussed the results of the bilateral meetings she held during her visit with Ministers and members of the Thai private sector. The Thai Prime Minister commended the UAE's efforts that have led to it becoming an important trade hub, adding that her country was proud of its unique relationship with the United Arab Emirates, especially in trade, which has provided Thai products with access to Middle Eastern markets.
She also underlined her government's commitment to supporting these ties and developing them further through strengthening the role the public and private sectors of both countries play in this regard, pointing out to the many existing areas of cooperation between the UAE and Thailand, especially in the agriculture, services, tourism, and healthcare sectors. Sheikha Lubna also affirmed the UAE private sector's interest in the opportunities that are available in Thailand, as was partially expressed by her accompanying trade delegation.
She also underlined the importance of working closely with the Thai Minister of Commerce in utilising available opportunities between the two countries and working on eliminating obstacles facing investors from both sides. Lubna stated that there are plenty of opportunities for the spread of Thai commodities and products, especially rice, through the UAE, which is considered the world's chief rice re-exporter.
Ambassador Al Shamsi said that the number of UAE nationals visiting Thailand for tourism or medical treatment is constantly on the rise as a result of the country's good international reputation in both fields.
He added that around thousand Emiratis visited Thailand in and that he expects this number to grow even more over the coming years.
According to the regulator, Dubai may achieve four per cent growth or more while an equally high growth is expected of Abu Dhabi following the recent decisions to create two new industrial clusters and to go on with some landmark projects, increased public spending in Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Qaiwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah, and expected high oil prices for the whole year. IMF chief Christine Lagarde praised Gulf oil exporters for their help in stabilising the global economy by managing oil prices, despite complaints by some Western countries that energy costs are still too high.
Lagarde was speaking at a news conference after meeting with senior officials of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which groups six wealthy oil-exporting countries — Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman. Last month, head of the International Energy Agency IEAwhich represents 28 importing countries said high oil prices were a concern for these nations.
In effort to cap high oil prices, sources told Reuters the United States is considering an emergency oil stocks release. The Gulf states have managed to maintain high production levels, making up for lower supplies from Iran because of sanctions, and outages in the North Sea. The review covers projects in the oil, gas, petrochemicals and power industries that are likely to see final investment decisions being taken.
The results demonstrate continued growth of the business both in the UAE and internationally, and prudent risk management in challenging market conditions. Business highlights from across the Mubadala Group in the first half of include: Year to date the company shipped nearly half a million High-k Metal Gate HKMG wafers far more than any other foundry and began ramping production in its new Fab 8 facility in upstate New York. Mubadala Petroleum's South East Asia business continued to grow with higher than expected oil production in Thailand from the Jasmine Field, and finalisation of development plans for the Manora Field.
Yahsat successfully launched its second satellite, Y1B, which has since begun operations. As with the Y1A satellite launched last year, Y1B is providing a variety of government and commercial applications. EMAL achieved the milestone of 1. Tabreed, the district cooling utility, increased its installed capacity across the GCC toRefrigeration Tons, making it one of the world's largest district cooling companies. The Shams 1 solar power plant, the largest UAE solar project implemented by Masdar, finalised development and is on schedule to generate electricity.
Mubadala delivered further vital healthcare infrastructure for the UAE. We continue to support Abu Dhabi's economic diversification through investments in priority sectors, the development of social infrastructure, and the generation of economic returns for our Shareholders.
Revenues increased 18 per cent to Dh Operating income grew to Dh 2. Total comprehensive income increased to Dh 1. Total equity increased by 18 per cent from Dh billion as of the end of to Dh billion as of the end of Juneprimarily due to additional cash contributions from Mubadala's Shareholder, the Government of Abu Dhabi.
Courts' Coordinator, Rita Engelbrecht took home the Customer Service Skill Award for being acknowledged as an "individual with outstanding customer service skills and knowledge who consistently exceeds customer expectations by going above and beyond the call of duty to ensure each and every customer they come in contact with, receives a positive experience". This recognition follows similar wins in previous years of the annual competition.
In the Courts' e-Registry platform was recognised at the Awards as was the Courts' registry service in To this end, all strategic decisions concerning the Courts are put to public consultation and are advised by a Users' Committee. The quality of DIFC Courts users' experience is mandated in stringent internal performance indicators and continuously reviewed by independent satisfaction surveys.
This dedication to customer service: We are also very proud of the hard work that Rita and all members of our registry team deliver on a daily basis. Our quest for excellence in customer engagement is ongoing and Court's users' satisfaction is under constant review to ensure that we are delivering the efficient, flexible and accessible justice we are becoming known for internationally. Rita has played a key role in the development of the e-Registry platform.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and the Ruler of Sharjah with the objective to transform and enhance the regional healthcare service industry and establish Sharjah as the most sought after destination for healthcare services is set to commence operations by early next year.
In a statement, Abdulla Ali Al Mahyan, Chairman, Sharjah Health Authority and Member of Sharjah Executive Council, said, "Our objective of setting up Sharjah Healthcare city is to create a perfect solution for the ever growing needs of the healthcare and allied services in the region".
Abdulla said the Sharjah healthcare city has been decreed by H. The Sharjah Healthcare City will operate as a free zone under Sharjah Health Authority SHA and will offer a state-of-the-art facility for healthcare centres and allied services.Badr Jafar's keynote address at the Youth Philanthropy Summit
The City will also enhance the already growing healthcare infrastructure of the Emirate including the world class Sharjah University hospital. Abdulla added, "The final master plan is under study with the concerned Authorities and the city will be built as per international standards and will be functional by 1st quarter of Sharjah Healthcare City has great location advantage as it will be located adjacent to Emirates road and Al Dhaid road; next to the Sharjah University city.
The city will be an approximate 10 kms distance from both Dubai and Sharjah international airports. Some well established hospitals and esteemed foundations have already confirmed presence in the Sharjah Healthcare City, The Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation dedicated Trauma hospital operated by an international operator as well as Mubarak Al Hassawi Medical Complex a specialised tertiary care hospital complimented by state of the art Rehabilitation and Wellness facilities are few among them".
Sharjah Healthcare City will offer pc foreign owned investment opportunities for small, medium or larger hospitals, poly clinics, Laboratories, rehabilitation centres, wellness centres, residential units, health clubs, consultancy offices, storage and production units of healthcare equipments and accessories.
So we intend to service and fulfil the needs of all demographics within the City with as many options possible in healthcare.
Sharjah Healthcare City has created simple yet stringent criteria for prospective partners to ensure they house the best options possible in healthcare. In addition to this the City will also be home to research and training facilities that will help in developing and creating future talent for the facility. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness about breast cancer and educate both men and women on the importance of self-examination. The organisers of the campaign hope to instil the idea that knowledge is the first step towards a cure.
Playing their role in accelerating the campaign's success, the Wild Wadi Water Park has dedicated their Ladies' Nights - every Thursday evening 8pmpm which provides a friendly and comfortable environment for women to enjoy the park's attractions in an all female environment - to the cause each Thursday this month. The Midline PubMed and Embase databases were searched for relevant articles related to our concern subject.
Holistic assessment involves identifying, gathering and interpreting information about the patient and wound to ensure accurate diagnosis, appropriate treatment, ongoing monitoring and prevention of complications. For successful management of patients wounds, physicians need proper understanding of the recovery procedure. The use of a standardized, systematic method of evaluation assists the practitioner in the accurate investigation of the wound, with the general goal of assuring optimal wound healing in addition to patient outcomes.
Acute wound management varies based upon the wound location and characteristics. No single method can be applied to all wounds; however, a systematic technique to acute wound care integrated with current best practices gives the structure for exceptional wound management Keywords: Wound, physical trauma, Primary Care, wound management.
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