UAE Pledges Additional $2.7bn in Industry Offtake Agreements, Invites Global Investors to Leverage Incentives
“One of the key achievements of last year’s forum was several leading national companies announcing their intention to invest $29.9 billion over the next decade to purchase 300 products from local manufacturers,” HE Dr. Al Jaber said.
“I am pleased to share with you that in the first year alone, 28 percent of these offtake agreements have been implemented, representing a total value of $8.4 billion.”
HE Dr. Al Jaber also announced plans for more than 30 new industrial projects, representing more than $1.6 billion of investments.
“These projects include pioneering initiatives such as setting up the first hydrogen electrolyzer plant in the UAE,” he said.
$1.63 billion of financing solutions for the industrial sector were also announced along with 5,000 jobs for UAE nationals in industry through the Industrialist Program.
HE Dr. Al Jaber added: “I invite all attendees and participants to explore through this forum the incentives and enablers provided by various economic development departments, industrial and special zones, financing institutions, and national companies.”
The UAE’s industrial exports reached $47.6 billion in 2022, growing 49 percent compared to 2021. The industrial sector's contribution to GDP rose to $49.5 billion in 2022, a 38 percent increase on 2020.
The Make it in the Emirates Forum is organized by the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology in partnership with the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) and ADNOC.
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