Ruler of Dubai says more work to be done as he sets up teams to execute National Agenda 2021
Dubai’s economy has doubled in a decade but there remains further progress to be made in education, health, housing and a range of other indicators, according to Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
In a rare post on LinkedIn on Saturday, Sheikh Mohammed said that 62 percent of the UAE’s 52 national performance indicators had been achieved, and that new government teams are being set up to ensure the remaining indicators are met by 2021.
Sheikh Mohammed said the UAE had made some outstanding progress to date. “Our work together across all sectors has been tireless,” he wrote, noting that the economy has doubled in the past ten years from AED663 billion ($180.5bn) of GDP to AED1.36 trillion ($370bn)...Read more...