New Delhi needs more than $300 billion in its oil & gas sector by 2030 to meet rising demand – and is paving the way for companies such as Adnoc to further boost their existing investments through a variety of avenues.
The India-UAE Healthcare Conference 2020 in Dubai laid the platform for a paradigm shift for both countries to collaborate in medicine, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and alternative medicine, further reaffirming their longstanding history of close ties.
Normalisation of ties opens the way for strategic cooperation and boost in trade for India and Indian companies. The advantages to be derived for India are significant when assessed against the vast potential of trade and commercial activities between Israel and the Arab world.
With a proposed $7 billion tranche of investments, the India-UAE Food Corridor is the springboard for massive growth in the agri sector that will help create more than 200,000 jobs in India.
With the signing of the Abraham Accord, India, the UAE and Israel will discover that they have more common cause than they had envisioned in the pre-Covid era – and that the historic agreement has opened up enormous commercial opportunities for the shared prosperity of West Asia.
With health authorities in the UAE keen to collaborate with global institutions for knowledge-transfer and high-quality care to patients, India has emerged as one of the top contenders thanks to its deep-rooted relations, the coronavirus and the ensuing synergy in the medical sector. This has the ingredients for a blossoming strategic partnership between the two countries.
This is a textbook case of how blockchains boost the agritech business. The Agriota platform empowers India’s local communities and export prospects, while rapidly expanding the UAE’s long-term food security and serving as a showcase for bilateral embrace of emerging technology.
Sport has been the game-changer in many of India’s bilateral endeavours – and its strategic ties forged with the UAE is one of the finest examples of how cricket has been a brand ambassador for closer global relationships.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other Arab countries have emerged as key Indian strategic and economic partners because of strong synergies in their world views and a shared abhorrence of terrorism. The India-Saudi Arabia hug is about to acquire $15 billion worth of substance. Saudi Aramco, the world’s most profitable company, will invest $15 billion to buy a 20 per cent stake in the oil refining and petrochemicals business of Reliance Industries, India’s largest private sector company, Reliance Chairman & [...]