According to the 2014 Global Investment Report published by UNCTAD, the United Arab Emirates is the second largest FDI recipient in the West Asia region, after Turkey. Its main investors are Britain, Japan and Hong Kong. After having declined in 2009, FDI inflows recovered. In 2013, the UAE attracted USD 12 billion, with the political and economic stability of the country attracting investors fleeing the revolutions of the “Arab Spring.” The bulk of FDI is concentrated in the sectors of hydrocarbons, water and electricity production. In February, the country hosted the 2015 World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment. The strengths of the UAE include its easy access to oil resources, low energy costs, a willingness to diversify the economy and a high purchasing power.
You can find in the Internet lot of analyses to this topic, we just give you one here. And certainly you can contact our Bedu experts 🙂
The most people are not aware Dubai is absolutely in the desert. If capable, hardworking people wouldn’t work on it, it’d be everywhere just sand. One of the expert, who knows how to deal with the nature properly is our Bedu JJ (Jalal). He owns ad run the company “green walk”.
Hence, if you want to live in a nice and green environment, so don’t hesitate to contact our Bedu JJ! ps: Apparently he likes German football, especially Eintracht Frankfurt. Maybe it helps by the negotiations …