The visiting Japanese minister of energy, trade and industry hoped that its relations with Gulf region nations would continue to grow with passage of time. The minister confirmed positive response from Abu Dhabi regarding the renewal of oil concessions in the United Arab Emirates.
Technogym finally made entry in to the Abu Dhabi market by opening its first store in the city located in Marina Mall amid comfortable and aesthetically pleasing environment. Technogym would offer best of its fitness space in addition to best ever professional health advice and suitable equipment to the visitors. Customers may also enjoy in-store changing room and take firsthand experience of the world class equipment.
A new initiative known as "iClass" will cover as many as 270 public schools managed by ADEC. The Abu Dhabi Education Council is eager to implement the New School Model (NSM) for public schools in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in order to enhance and improve critical thinking/learning, motivation, engagement, and knowledge attainment skills of students who are in true sense future of the nation.
Dr. Mugheer Al Khaili, Director General, ADEC said that the move will help to improve the quality of education in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
DP World Ltd. (DPW), Dubai’s state- controlled port operator would fund the prestigious London Gateway deep- sea port for 20 years. An additional amount worth billion dollars will be invested over the project in next three years by the company using an equal mix of debt and equity according to information availed from its website.
The Health Authority - Abu Dhabi (HAAD), the regulatory body of the healthcare sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi launched Breast Health Awareness Campaign under the theme "Get Active and Simply Check."
Arik Air that recently rolled out flights between West African international airports and Abu Dhabi International Airport in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) would prove boon for the people and help to promote business, tourism and commercial activities across the regions.
Abu Dhabi’s investment fund would support the UK music company Sony for the final bid for EMI, according to information gathered from people close to Citibank’s $3.5bn-$4bn auction. The move would strengthen the financial position of Sony making it top competitor of bidders including BMG Music Publishing, Ronald Perelman’s MacAndrews & Forbes group, Universal Music and Len Blavatnik’s Warner Music.