Abu Dhabi’s FDI Transparency Index scores 71.5 points

Ali Majed Al Mansouri copys



The Foreign Direct Investment Transparency Index in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi scored 71.5 points in 2015 on the 100-point index scale, which largely reflects a higher level of transparency in direct foreign investment policies and investors’ awareness of the transparency of the policies adopted by the UAE Federal Government and the sound policies of the wise government of Abu Dhabi, which represents a major incentive for attracting FDI to the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
This came in the results of Abu Dhabi Foreign Direct Investment Policies Transparency Index for 2015, issued by the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, ADDED, Studies Directorate in cooperation with the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi, SCAD, as ADDED participates as a diamond sponsor in the Annual Investment Meeting AIM 2016 Dubai, which will finish its sessions on Tuesday at
Dubai International Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Commenting on this performance, Ali Majid Al Mansoori, ADDED Chairman, said that this score of the FDI policies transparency index reflected the views
of respondents on several key issues including the efficiency of Abu Dhabi
government policies for attracting and
encouraging FDI.

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