DED releases guide for investing in the manufacturing sector in Dubai
The Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED) has released the Manufacturing Investment Guide, a comprehensive information book that provides extensive guidelines on investing in Dubai's manufacturing sector.
“Industry and manufacturing are the key drivers of a country's growth and the DED has been working in co-ordination with Dubai Municipality to integrate these sectors into the long-term strategy of Dubai,” said the Assistant Director General for Planning and Development at the DED, Khalid Al Kassim.
The guide offers comprehensive information about Dubai's economic development and its business environment in addition to detailed information on setting up new manufacturing units in the Emirate. It profiles the manufacturing sector in Dubai and clarifies the benefits and incentives for investors and new business owners from investments therein.
The guide also answers general questions on issues such as registering a manufacturing project and includes suggestions on where best to locate a factory. It also incorporates comparisons of various industrial estates, parks and free zones of Dubai. In addition, it includes information on other investment considerations such as foreign exchange policy, trade regulations, environmental requirements and regulations, standards and specifications, and other legal requirements for the manufacturing sector in Dubai. — (menareport.com)
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