Collaboration between Ministry of Economy & Abu Dhabi Ports to Accelerate Economic Growth
The Ministry of Economy and Abu Dhabi Ports announced a collaborative plan, aiming to accelerate economic growth through exchange of information and attraction of global investors. The scope of collaboration includes strengthening trade relations between the UAE and partner countries, supporting commercial missions and delegations abroad, in addition to encouraging foreign trade and investment through joint seminars and workshops.
H.E. Abdullah Bin Ahmed Al Saleh, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy for Foreign Trade Affairs, said that this cooperation with Abu Dhabi Ports falls within the framework of the Ministry’s strategy to encourage national exports; facilitate the entry of the country’s exports into new markets; and enhance coordination with various sectors and bodies inside and outside the country. He pointed out that the increased coordination of efforts and integration of roles with Abu Dhabi Ports would enhance the ability of manufacturing companies in the country to increase their competitiveness and diversify their export markets, in addition to providing them opportunities to build sustainable partnerships with vital commercial destinations in the world.
Captain Mohammed Juma Al Shamisi – Group CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports, said: “Our collaboration with the Ministry of Economy reflects Abu Dhabi Ports’ strong commitment towards enabling trade and supporting the growth of the national economy. As a major contributor towards the realisation of Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, we regard the exchange of information and partnering with key stakeholders leading the UAE’s economic development, as one of our key priorities.”
Furthermore, the collaboration aims to strengthen ties with a wide group of stakeholders including federal government entities, national financial institutions and trade promotion organsiations, in line with the UAE’s 2021 Vision, aiming to create a sustainable knowledge-based economy.