DCCI ties up with OBG
Dubai, April 21, 2008
Dubai Chamber of Commerce (DCCI) has signed an agreement for the second successive year to partner with Oxford Business Group (OBG), the highly acclaimed global publishing, research and consultancy firm, in bringing out The Report: Dubai 2008.
DCCI will provide a refined assessment of the UAE’s business climate which will be utilised by OBG’s team of experienced international analysts based in Dubai. They will be conducting some two hundred interviews with leading political and economic figures in their research for The Report, rated as the premier guide for foreign direct investment into the country’s vibrant economy.
OBG’s Dubai Director Cristina Franco said that such partnerships serve to enhance the publisher’s in-depth market knowledge and expertise.
“Today’s signing underscores OBG’s commitment to cooperating with locally-based organisations in compiling our series of top level country economic and political assessments.
“DCCI’s extensive experience will help maintain our reputation as the number one provider of comprehensive and accurate analyses of developments and I am very pleased to have them on board as our partners,” she added.
“Our annual business guide will feature the country’s macroeconomics, infrastructure, the political and business landscape, for which DCCI will provide vital guidance.”
The Report: Dubai 2008, will feature a series of exclusive interviews with key officials and business leaders in what is considered the most extensive, independent, unbiased and accurate intelligence available in its remarkably in-depth profile of the emirate.
“We are pleased to collaborate once again with OBG to produce the The Report: Dubai 2008. Previous editions of this report have been a very useful source of information on Dubai for foreign investors,” said DCCI’s director general Hamad Buamin.
Available in print form and online, it is part of the range of OBG’s publications, which are renowned as leading sources of information on developing and emerging economies around the world. – TradeArabia News Service