DCCI


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DCCI

(organic chemistry)
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DCCI president stresses on signing of a free trade agreement (FTA) between the two countries to boost trade.
The launch of the Banking Commission Mena follows the new decree issued late last year by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, empowering Dubai Chamber to represent Dubai businesses in global forums by linking up with international non-profit business organisations and associations and help them set a base in Dubai to expand into the region," said Hamad Buamim, Director General of DCCI.
DCCI is committed to providing real-time and accurate monitoring, measurement, statistics, analysis, research and forecasting to both the industry as well as its consumers.
The DCCI, in cooperation with Bangladesh Bank, will create 2000 new entrepreneurs this year to facilitate employment generation and economic development in the country, said Sabur Khan, Engagement of BASIS in this project will help the country's freelancers of ICT sector become successful entrepreneurs.
The DCCI recorded 130,000 members in its August report with 66,040 owned by UAE nationals and 63,960 owned by other nationals.
Making a mention of the newly established DCCI Help Desk and DCCI-Japan liaison office, he said these will work in harmony from now on to facilitate the business community.
Celebrating the pioneering feat, Minister of Environment and Water Rashid Ahmad bin Fahad presented the LEED certification plaque in honour of DCCI, while also congratulating it on this "great achievement.
The DCCI partnered with Tejari to create the virtual platform which matches business opportunities in Dubai with the needs of the international business community.
com, DCCI, Earthcomber, eStara, Fast Search & Transfer, i411, infoUSA, Ingenio, Jambo, Local Matters, Local.
In its study titled 'How businesses can survive the downturn,' DCCI specifies the short-term and long-term measures that can help businesses achieve stability.
The fourth annual business awards which is largely supported by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, saw last year's aspiring awardees grow to 234, more th an 10 per cent from 2007, and more than 50 per cent since the awards were created by DCCI in 2005.
Ahmad Bin Al Shaikh, chairman of DCCI Printing and Publishing Group said the crisis will wipe out 'non-professional', smaller printing and publishing companies, according to a Gulf News report.