UAE’s economic recovery has gained huge momentum due to the country’s positive response to the pandemic. The policies and strategies used have dropped the cases and hastened the tourism and domestic activity at Expo 2020 Dubai to generate immense returns.
UAE has quickly addressed the issues related to the nation’s health and economic effects of the pandemic by allowing widespread testing and containment measures that limit the spread of the virus. The early vaccination efforts by the UAE have resulted positively and the number of cases has dropped globally.
The early vaccination drives contributed positively as businesses were functioning at a large base and the flow of income increased by the opening of the borders which benefited the economy. The new businesses opened in the free zones and lenient policies by the UAE Government changed the entire functioning.
The financial support by the government has allowed the sector who have been hit hard to recover at a faster pace. For small and medium enterprises the measures were extended and contributed in the best way possible. The high oil prices have helped the fiscal and external balances of the world’s second-largest economy to improve.
The UAE Government introduced economic reforms and initiatives that are worth over Dh388 million to recover from the impact of a pandemic. UAE Central Bank has targeted economic support that boosts liquidity in the financial and banking sector.
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UAE Banks incorporate adequate capital and growth which will accelerate on the back of structural reform efforts and also results in foreign investment and rising oil production. The banks have reported high profits as the country’s economy swiftly recovers from the pandemic.
The recent reforms are focused on promoting private sector growth and development that results in increased productivity and attracts huge foreign investments. These reforms ensure a diversified future and promote economic growth.
The UAE is expected to grow at 4.9 percent in 2022 and inflation is all set to rise 2.2 percent this year from 0.6 percent in 2021. The debt levels of the UAE are relatively low at under 40 percent of gross domestic product and funds are expected to see a fiscal deficit of 0.2 percent of GDP this year where the gap has narrowed down to an estimated 0.7 percent of GDP in 2021. The figure shows the UAE will be in a small surplus by 2024.
These gains will be generated from the current and expected prices of products. The solid consumer demand will lead to stronger economic growth in the UAE. Those who are setting up business now in the UAE will reap the benefits in no time.