Khalaf Al Habtoor: Return of work is the point of recovery for the UAE economy


Dubai – MubasherKhalaf Al Habtoor, Chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, Emirati businessman expected to compensate any losses for the group or companies in general after the opening of the economy and business in the UAE.

Khalaf Al Habtoor said that the emirate of Dubai is distinguished by its tourism attractiveness, opportunities and strong business environment, and will recover quickly if the restrictions on economic activities are removed, quoting Bloomberg.

He added: “We must definitely protect our people from the virus, but we must return to work. We cannot wait for the Corona vaccine and vaccinations to be available until the end of the year and stop working. We must open the economy and work, and this is at the global level and not only locally.”

It is noteworthy that Dubai reduced its restrictions on viruses at the end of last April, after three weeks of strict closure that required people to apply for permits before visiting pharmacies or grocery stores.

Recently, Khalaf Al Habtoor, Chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, called for the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank By requiring banks to implement the instructions to support the business community That was released days ago to quickly avoid the negative consequences of an outbreak of the effects of the Coronavirus.

He pointed out that the delay in implementing these directives will lead to banks in the state being responsible for the bankruptcy of many companies and the failure of thousands of families, citizens and residents.

And promises Khalaf Al Habtoor is one of the most prominent billionaires in the UAEDubai, in particular, is currently in Cairo to spend a few days in his new home.


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