DEDC

AcronymDefinition
DEDCDubai Export Development Corporation
DEDCDANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Services) External Degree Catalog
DEDCDepartment of Economic Development and Commerce (Puerto Rico)
DEDCDerry Economic Development Corporation (Derry, NH)
DEDCDeadwood Economic Development Corporation (Deadwood, SD)
DEDCDavie Economic Development Council (Davie, FL)
DEDCDiyala Economic Development Center (Iraq)
DEDCDesoto Economic Development Corporation (DeSoto, TX)
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Following a five year cooperation agreement, signed in September last year, both DIC and the DEDC formed a joint management committee to assist companies at DIC to facilitate trade and export services in India's strong ICT market.
This MoU, signed by Mahmood Al Bastaki, Director of Dubai Trade, and Saeed Al Awadi, Chief Executive Officer of DEDC, brings the two trade facilitating entities together on a common platform to fuel Dubai's growth engine through the exchange of information, mutual promotion and joint representations to industry and business.
Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, Al Awadhi said DEDC has 620 members at present, and "we are working on expanding the membership.
DEDC also offers training courses for exporters to develop their skills in the field.
This is the second time that the DEDC is organising a trade mission to Brazil.
The DEDC, an agency of the Dubai Department of Economic Development, Government of Dubai, commenced operations in 2007.
The US$56 million contract for interior-exterior construction of the new Convention Center in Isla Grande also isn't included, though the DEDC indicates that bidding on the project will begin next month and a contractor is scheduled to be selected sometime during July.
The reason for Dubai's success is that investors and businesses continue to have confidence in Dubai's economy and potential for high-growth business," DEDC chief executive officer Saeed Al Awadi told Gulf News.
DEDC supported UAE businesses including Emballage Trading, International Diamond Laboratories, and Deepu Jewellers to JCK New Delhi 2008, attended by leading sight-holders, manufacturers, wholesalers, exporters and leading retail brands that displayed a wide variety for focused product sourcing in each jewellery category.
The UAE businesses were supported by the DEDC, an autonomous organisation under the directive of the Government of Dubai.
DEDC provides information to existing and prospective businesses end industries regarding property, buildings and economic conditions.
The Izmir International Fair is a perfect platform for us to enhance Dubai's export capabilities, strengthen trade relations as well as forge partnerships with different sectors in Turkey," said Saeed Al Awadi, CEO of DEDC.