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Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, and Shri Piyush Goyal, India Minister of Commerce and Industry, signed a memorandum of understanding in the presence of His Highness Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to strengthen bilateral ties and promote sustainable industrial development and investment in India and the UAE. Support efforts to lower carbon emissions and reach climate neutrality by using cutting-edge technology to create novel solutions and facilitate their implementation across a wide range of industries.

The pact was signed as part of a larger set of accords meant to cement the country's status as a vital hub for international trade and logistics.

On the margins of the 11th UAE-India Investment and Business Forum, the two parties signed the MoU.

Al Jaber has stated, "We are aiming to expand collaboration relations in order to promote sustainable economic and social growth. Forging ahead with the goals of the National Strategy for Advanced Industry and Technology and the "Make in the Emirates" initiative (which seeks to turn the United Arab Emirates into a global manufacturing powerhouse), we are pleased to sign a memorandum of understanding to cooperate in developing and growing an industrial sector based on advanced technology and sustainability standards.

He went on to say that "the memorandum includes many aspects of cooperation that focus on stimulating industrial investments in the priority sectors of the national economies of the two countries, such as advanced industries and transition solutions in the energy sector, health care, and space." It also seeks to create technological and creative answers that aid in the pursuit of sustainability and neutrality. "Climatic."

Areas of cooperation

Major areas of cooperation between the United Arab Emirates and India are outlined in a memorandum of understanding signed at Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace. These areas include increasing supply chain adaptability, developing energy transformation solutions, improving energy efficiency, healthcare, the biosciences, space exploration, artificial intelligence, and other cutting-edge technologies, and more. Indicators, too.

When it comes to scientific and technological policy, the two nations will also be sharing what works.

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