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The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) unveiled a new Abu Dhabi Virtual License business registration.
The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development announced a smart manufacturing initiative to diversify its economy and attract foreign companies.
The UAE’s construction sector is expected to recover in 2021, growing by almost 6% as delayed and stalled projects during the pandemic resume construction.
UAE’s water shortage and increased demand present opportunities for U.S. exporters in water technologies.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) ranks among the top 15 defense spenders in the world according to Business Monitor International (BMI).
The UAE is planning to develop a hydrogen industry ecosphere, and this may create new opportunities for U.S. companies.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company is inviting U.S. petrochemicals and derivatives manufacturers to participate in the development of the Ruwais Derivatives Park.
The UAE’s ambitious Space Program creates numerous export opportunities for U.S. companies to partner with the UAE government and Emirati private sector.
United Arab Emirates – Federal Companies Law is Amended to Allow 100% Foreign Ownership.
The United Arab Emirates is investing in Health IT products and services for electronic medical records (EMR), telemedicine, smart health & apps to improve efficiencies and improve patient health and safety.
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) will raise crude production capacity to 5 million barrel per day (bpd) by 2030.
U.S. businesses in the data privacy field may provide valuable best practices to UAE regulators who are currently developing a new Federal Data Protection Law.
UAE defense sector spending increased by 38 percent in 2019 and is expected to remain strong in 2020, offering opportunities for U.S. companies, provided offset obligations are met. A company incurs offset obligations if the value of the supply contract is equal to or more than $10 million, and if the value is less than $10 million, but the company already has active offset obligations.
U.S. companies with 3D printing capabilities that cater to aircraft parts could have an advantage in the UAE market.