The United Arab Emirates has launched an economic programme under the name Make it in the Emirates, inviting investors and entrepreneurs from around the world to participate in the "Operation 300Bn" project, where they can benefit from the exponential growth of the UAE economy by investing in advanced technology industries and exporting products to new global markets.
Through this initiative, promoted by the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technologies (MoIAT) and the Emirates Development Bank (EDB), national and foreign entrepreneurs and businessmen can receive financial, technical and advisory support to establish and develop their businesses.
In addition, the country offers access to various energy sources at competitive prices, which in this context of energy crisis is very attractive for industry.
Emirates is also a leader in logistics, transport and communications. Its advanced infrastructure includes 10 civil airports, 105 cargo companies, as well as 12 sea and commercial ports capable of handling more than 17 million tonnes and a cargo capacity of 80 million tonnes per year.
The UAE also ranks high on global indicators measuring economic performance and ease of doing business, and has a strong credit rating. All this, under a legislative framework that is considered the most advanced in its area and a strategic location that makes it a global link.
According to Borja Gervás, CEO of the consulting firm Access UAE, "the economic growth of the Emirates has been based on a combination of innovative strategies, business-friendly policies and the development of key sectors. These actions have enabled the diversification of the economy, the generation of employment and the improvement of the quality of life of its citizens and expatriates". He adds, "our experience in this country enables us to help companies access this market and join the Make it in the Emirates project".