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DED Reaches Deals with Federal, Local Govt Authorities.

Summary: ABU DHABI Abu Dhabi (ä`b thä`bē, zä–, dä–), Arab. Abu Zabi, sheikhdom (1995 pop. 928,360), c.  u The Department of Economic Development in Abu Dhabi, or DED DED - Dark-Emitting Diode (that is, a burned-out LED). Compare SED, LER, write-only memory. In the early 1970s both Signetics and Texas instruments released DED spec sheets as AFJs (suggested uses included "as a power-off indicator"). , has signed agreements with 13 local and federal government departments and authorities to create a system that simplifies, facilitates and develops the procedures required to obtain C economic licences.

The signing ceremony A signing ceremony is a ceremony in which a bill passed by a legislature is signed (approved) by an executive, thus becoming a law.

Modern-day signing ceremonies are derived from ceremonies that occurred when the British monarch gave Royal Assent to acts of Parliament.
 was held on Wednesday at Sheraton Abu Dhabi, where agreements were signed on behalf of DED by Muhammad Omar Abdullah Omar Abdullah (born 10 March, 1970) is a member of 14th Lok Sabha. He represents Srinagar constituency of Jammu and Kashmir.

He was a minister in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government. He is the son of Farooq Abdullah and grandson of Sheikh Abdullah.
, Undersecretary, and a number of undersecretaries and directors from other government authorities. Hamad Salem Al Nuaimi, Executive Director of Commercial Affairs at DED, also attended.

In his statement following the signing ceremony, Muhammad Omar Abdullah, DED Undersecretary, said that signing these agreements comes within the framework of modernisation and development strategy implemented by the emirate e·mir·ate  
n.
1. The office of an emir.

2. The nation or territory ruled by an emir.

Noun 1. emirate - the domain controlled by an emir
 of Abu Dhabi to enhance government efficiency and increase the effectiveness of its services provided to the business sector. Aa He pointed out that, in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Systems and Information Centre, DED has started an integrated service centre that provides all services required by businessmen without the need to travel from one department to the other. Aa

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Date:Oct 16, 2009
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