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Ajman's GDP averages 10pc from 2001 to 2015

AJMAN, March 10, 2018

The GDP growth rate in the emirate of Ajman averaged 10 per cent from 2001 until 2015, said a report.

Tourism, healthcare and education sectors were the main drivers for the economic growth, said a report in WAM citing recent data released by the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
   
Ajman Chamber is keen to achieve Ajman Vision 2021 by providing a business-friendly environment that buttresses the emirate's competitiveness and drives economic growth over the coming years, said Abdullah Mohammed Al Muwaja, Chamber Board chairman.

The report also sheds light on the role played by Ajman Free Zone in creating an investment-friendly environment and offering efficient logistics services, the report said.

The growing importance directed to the education sector has been highlighted by the report as well, in addition to the achievements made by the emirate in areas of transport, tourism, sports and edutainment.




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