Why United Arab Emirates?
The UAE is both a unique trans-continental trade hub and a nexus for innovation in the fields of technology, culture and the wider knowledge economy. The UAE has 5.0% share in world’s total GDP. In the coming years, it is expected that the region will grow better than advanced economies.
Abu Dhabi - To fulfill its Economic Vision 2030 Abu Dhabi is diversifying its economy. Huge construction boom, an expanding manufacturing base, and incredible services sector are helping the UAE diversify its economy. Arab already has a large and thriving conventional and Islamic banking sector servicing a population with one of the world’s largest capital bases per capita.
Abu Dhabi’s Ruwais refinery expansion is planned to more than double the capacity of Ruwais refinery from 415,000 barrels a day (bpd). Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) took full control of the biggest oilfields in the UAE.
Dubai - Dubai Expo 2020 is going to open a news door of investment scope in the UAE. It will attract industry leaders around the world and provide them with global scope. The Expo will attract an estimated 25 million visitors and to accommodate them will build a surrounding residential, hospitality and logistics zone. The Expo Village will provide full-time housing for staff from participating countries.
Dubai is coming up with world’s biggest gold refinery. Dubai is already on the top of global gold trading. The refinery is part of the next stage and will make the UAE a top centre for physical gold refining and clearing.
Ajman - Ajman is currently the only emirate in the UAE offering investors of any nationality fully transparent true 100% freehold ownership on real estate, which in turn has attracted a huge number of investors (local and international) to this emirate. This in turn has prompted the Ajman government to initiate a number of development projects.
Sharjah - Named as 'The Cultural capital of the Arab World' Sharjah is commencing and continuing many developmental projects. The idea is to construct the region as a tourist and trade destination with commercial, cultural and residential projects.
The Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium has hosted almost 200 cricket One Day Internationals, more than any other ground in UAE.
Ras al-Khaimah - Real Estate, Building Materials and Tourism are among the major sectors in Ras al-Khaimah. The region is the home to UAE's first cement company. No income, sales, or wealth taxes are payable by individuals. No corporate taxes are charged. In addition, there are no exchange controls, no withholding nor import or export taxes.
Hence, we present to you the “5th Annual Arab Investment Summit 2016” to be held at the ever booming market of United Arab Emirates.