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Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development eyes investment opportunities and to witness and learn from economic transformation in Jubail Industrial City
Mr. Mohammed Omar Abdullah, Undersecretary of the Department of Economic Development, Emirates of Abu Dhabi and his accompanying delegation were met and welcomed by HE Dr. Mosleh H. Al-Otaibi, CEO Royal Commission in Jubail and a number of officials here last Wednesday in RC Visitor Center premises.

During the delegation’s tour at the center, Abdulaziz N. Atarji, GM Strategic Planning and Investment Development briefed them on the investment prospects in Jubail and the current projects being implemented in Jubail 2 and Ras Al-Khair industrial areas. He stressed that Royal Commission always keep an open door for local and foreign investments to help sustain the nation’s economic stability while land allocation for investors could be easily processed after all required conditions have met.

Ahmed M. Balawi, GM Technical Affairs explained them various infrastructures currently developing in Jubail Industrial City through its comprehensive master plan to cater for the needs of industrial and manufacturing plants, support industries and services and even residential areas to create an ideal environment for investment. He further emphasized that projects in Jubail are being implemented in parallel with the increasing demand of industrial investments in Jubail 2.
 
Undersecretary Mr. Mohammed Omar Abdullah, commended Royal Commission for its outstanding achievements in the development of two industrial cities, and through implementation of various construction projects and programs has able to keep pace with international standards bringing opportunities in the Kingdom’s investment capital and perfect model of industrial development….Jubail Industrial City.
 
“We, at the Emirates of Abu Dhabi, part of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), are delighted to exchange mutual understanding with Royal Commission based on our experiences who continuously support and promote our nation’s economic development and further hope joint cooperation between the Department of Economic Development and Royal Commission to reach common goal in the field of industrial integration and infrastructure development reaching out to the highest standards”, said Undersecretary Mohammed Omar Abdullah.