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United Arab Emirates : Abu Dhabi Chamber a strategic partner for (Dirhami and Akoun) initiatives.

Cooperation and partnership agreement has been signed at the Chamber s Tower between the Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development (ADCED) and the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The new agreement aims at providing more support to (Dirhami and Akoun) initiatives.

His Excellency Mohammed Helal Al Muhairi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, signed the cooperation agreement on behalf of the Chamber, whereas HE Fahad Saeed Al Raqbani, Director General of the ADCED, signed the agreement on behalf of his organization.

According to the signed agreement, the Abu Dhabi Chamber will be considered a strategic partner to ADCED in supporting both initiatives (Dirhami and Akoun).

Signing this agreement comes within the efforts of both the council and the Chamber towards increasing the number of creative initiatives which encourage national youths to practice free trade businesses and to establish their own projects.

HE Mohammed Helal Al Muhairi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, said that signing this cooperation agreement with the council aims at increasing the efforts of the two sides to realize strong partnership between the private sector and the public one and to enhance the quality of services and outcomes of businesses as well as supporting initiatives which help in spreading financial awareness amongst all the classes of the community. The agreement also aims at lifting the spirit of business pioneering amongst the national youths, especially institutes, college and university students and providing them with all kinds of support as well as encouraging them to start their own projects after habilitating and training them in all fields to ensure success and continuity of these businesses in the future.

Al Muhairi also praised the efforts of the ADCED which go in line and integrate with the efforts of the Chamber in increasing the options for Emirati graduates and encouraging them to start their own projects and to practice trade, industrial and services businesses as well as encouraging them to employ their talents and skills in pioneering projects that serve the economic and social development process in the emirate.

For his part, HE Fahad Saeed Al Raqbani, Director General of the ADCED, said that this important agreement between the council and Abu Dhabi Chamber reflects our interest in developing Emirati youths and the necessity to invest in their energy, ideas and ambitions to integrate them fully in the process of building an economy based on knowledge.

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Date:Oct 29, 2013
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