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DAE eyes India projects

Source: Trade Arabia
Posted: Sunday, July 30, 2006

 
Dubai Aerospace Enterprises (DAE), the emirate's new initiative to bring in aviation technology and expertise to the Middle East, has received interest from India to develop, upgrade and expand the country's airports, a top official said.

"India is an important and emerging market and we will have a strong presence once we set up the organisation," said Dr Mohammad Al Zarouni, DAE's managing director, was quoted by the Gulf News as saying in an interview.

The new entity has also started negotiations with the Department of Civil Aviation and Dubai World Central authorities on extending its role in bringing in investment, technology expertise and knowledge into the 140-sq km Jebel Ali Airport City (Jaac) the world's largest single-site greenfield airport development to date.

"Buoyed by the credibility of our partners, DAE is perfectly positioned to make a considerable impact on the global aerospace industry," he said.

Six entities, Emaar Properties, Istithmar, Amlak Finance, Dubai International Capital, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (Dafza) have partnered in the DAE, giving the company strong backing.

DAE will invest Dh55 billion ($14.97 bn) in its activities within the next ten years.

However, DAE is in discussion with Dubai World Central over the development of its Jaac aerospace cluster as well.

 

Power and water projects reviewed

Courtesy: Gulf Times
Published: Sunday, 30 July, 2006


Al-Janahi presiding over Kahramaa’s second review meeting of power and water projects

QATAR General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) in its second review of power and water projects focused on improving their quality and timely completion of development schemes being undertaken in Qatar.

The meeting of senior managers and officials was presided over by Yousef Ahmed al-Janahi, Kahramaa manager (corporate planning and business development).

The meeting was held in accordance with the directives of Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy and Industry HE Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah.

 

 

 

Among the other issues discussed were Kahramaa’s commercial and administrational business and the measures needed to cope with the rising needs of customers, both commercial and residential.

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