ADCED, DED to boost partnership
Abu Dhabi, December 9, 2009
Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development (ADCED) and the emirate's Department of Economic Development (DED) signed a MoU to further strengthen their collaboration and partnership.
ADCED and DED, in their continuous efforts to achieve the highest level of effectiveness in developing economic policy for Abu Dhabi, will facilitate the exchange of data, strategies, views, information and policies between the two organizations.
In addition, they will conduct joint studies and research projects and also develop joint activities such as conferences, seminars, workshops and training courses.
Under the pact, representatives of both ADCED and DED will meet periodically to follow up, monitor and evaluate their joint programs and activities.
Fahad Saeed Al Raqbani, deputy director of the Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development, Mohamed Omar Abdullah, undersecretary of the DED signed the agreement at a ceremony which was held at ADCED’s office.
Abdullah said the MOU will 'now allow us to put both our efforts together to deliver our aims.' He also encouraged the follow up and is anticipating improvement in the partnership between the two organizations.
Al Raqbani said, 'We are pleased to sign the MoU with the Department of Economic Development. Our teams have already worked together in important projects such as The Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. Our two organizations are seeking to achieve the same objective, ensure the continued success of the Emirate’s economic development.'
'Together we will promote and participate in a number of workshops and seminars. We are looking forward to further develop our collaboration,' he noted.-TradeArabia News Service