had recently launched the Micro and Small-Enterprise Online Service Administrative Centre.
Wafa has been a member of the ADBC
since 2010, when she was only 25 years old.
The three policy banks each have specific policy roles in supporting and promoting strategic development of China's economy by providing financing in key areas: CDB for domestic infrastructure projects and pillar industries; ADBC
for procurement of agriculture goods and rural development projects; and ExIm for development of international trade.
He emphasised that Abu Dhabi Business Center succeeded in achieving a 100 per cent digital transformation of all the services related to the licensing transactions of economic activities via the DED website and the ADBC
Miller (MiCC) for spearheading the preparation of ADBC
proposals (now funded) and for serving as Pis overseeing the digitization efforts of fungal specimens, which have made literally millions of fungal specimen records available online.
The money allocated by the ADBC
, which is one of the country's main policy banks, would be used to fund education, infrastructure development and agriculture in rural areas as well as for "relocation of people in poverty," Xinhua reported, citing the bank's Chairman Xie Xuezhi.
lowered Agricultural Development Bank of China's (ADBC
, Aa3 stable) RRR
Subsequently, information technology has a major role to play in assisting ADDED to deliver on the aims of the Vision 2030, according to Abdulaziz Awadh Al Harthi, Director of Information Technology at ADDED: "The emphasis on technology is rapidly increasing globally, hence, we are obligated to constantly keep up with the latest technology, for the IT department, this is our main objective and we are here to support and enable the Emirate to reach its goal." One major undertaking of ADDED, in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Systems and Information Centre (ADSIC), was the formation of the 'Abu Dhabi Business Centre' (ADBC
) which was one of the most strategic initiatives within the e-Government Transformation Program.
34-38; Peter Brierley, UK Church Statistics 2:2010-2020 (Tonbridge: ADBC
, 2014), p.