Dubai maritime division added 4.6% to Dubai GDP

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Dubai’s maritime division has created major bounds in terms of its direct contribution to Dubai’s GDP, which figured up to 4.6% or corresponding to Dh14.4 billion, according to the Chairman of Dubai Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation and President of Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA), Sultan bin Sulayem.

Dubai maritime division added 4.6% to Dubai GDP

Dubai maritime division added 4.6% to Dubai GDP

Highlighting the important function Dubai Maritime Sector Strategy (MSS) played in support of Dubai Maritime Vision 2030, it was said that the local maritime division just made major bounds in terms of its direct contribution to Dubai’s GDP.

Bin Sulayem make his assertion in a current DMCA managerial coordination assembly that showcased the latest updates and accomplishments in the efforts to enhance Dubai’s maritime competitiveness and proffer key foundations to elevate the bar on the local maritime business in line with globally identified standards and best worldwide practices.

The local maritime industry is considered to be a key foundation in the integrated hard work to propel sustainable intensification and complete improvement in the upcoming. It is also a main partner in the move to supplementary enhance Dubai’s local and global competitiveness.

Dubai’s maritime engineering, maritime operations, ports and shipping come as leading marine components that contribute to the local economy, and then maritime and recreational services and various offshore support services.

The Dubai MSS is increasing tactical thrust with a tough focus on improving vital maritime industry components. They are certain in their ability to reach substantial results and create an essential shift in elating the local maritime division to a higher level of progress and sustainability in partnership with their tcatical partners in the public and private entities.

The vision aspires to enhance, control and endorse the local maritime business and at the same time strengthen Dubai’s place as a world-class, premiere worldwide maritime center.

Mohamed Dekkak