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The global economy in 2015 
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has continued to drive change in the region and has remained extremely buoyant during the course of last year.  It has one of the most stable economies in the world and has witnessed notable growth which continues to position it high in terms of global competitiveness. 
Our global economy in 2015 report shares key global and local trends in relation to the economy. Despite the recent market volatility as a result of the oil price drop, the report highlights business optimism within the UAE. The report states that private wealth has grown at the fastest pace in the UAE when comparing this to other GCC countries, with almost 80% of local business leaders feeling optimist and looking to invest in their home countries were they have greater transparency and opportunities regarding their investments.



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