The Abu Dhabi Police patted own back and claimed that Abu Dhabi's roads remained accidents free during the first week of new school year. This is attributed to organized flow of traffic by the police apart from extra measures taken by the police for marinating smooth flow of traffic.
Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority launched new initiative for immunization of livestock. The nationwide campaign is aimed to mitigate the possibility of disease in livestock and to improve their productivity. Livestock breeders would be educated about the nutritional benefits of concentrated fodder through this program.
The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority is all set to introduce innovative techniques for licensing procedure for all exhibitions and conferences held in Abu Dhabi. People can avail any information regarding conferences through a unique web address from 20th September.
The world’s first building exporting energy proposed by Masdar has been put in cold bag by Masdar, Abu Dhabi based state owned company engaged in renewable energy segment. The project has been delayed due to financial constraints involved.
The Abu Dhabi-based Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies (ECSSR) lauded the efforts of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) leadership for maintaining peace in the nation despite having sizeable number of overseas population engaged in various activities of the country. The development assumes significance at a time when many regions in the Gulf countries are witnessing regional unrest.
The United Arab Emirates is hosting a meeting of finance ministers of Arab World for discussing a range of issues including impending global financial crisis and social unrest in some nations. The leaders will discuss various way outs to deal with the impending recessionary waves and its impact on the Arab economies.
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