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Under the GMAD, Andanar said press attaches would be created and established in key cities in the world such as the United States, United Kingdom, Paris, Israel, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Thailand and Singapore.
The announcement of the appointment of the Chairman of the new Global Marketplace (or Market) Abu Dhabi (GMAD) in August 2013 shows that a new financial free zone within the United Arab Emirates (the UAE) is fast becoming a reality.
On 1 May 2013 it was further announced by the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi that the President of the UAE, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, had issued a law for GMAD to be established on Al Maryah Island.
The purpose of GMAD is to attract financial investments by creating a unique operating environment for businesses.
Entre as principais posturas teoricas se encontram: a perspectiva ecofeminista, Mulher e Meio ambiente e Desenvolvimento (MAD) e Genero, Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento Sustentavel (GMAD).
A perspectiva Genero, Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento Sustentavel (GMAD)
(8.) Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD) emerged in New York and met at the Gay Men's Crises Center.
But, concedes GMAD's Osubu, "in terms of the effect on other parties like [Raw Dukes], it is hard to determine what effect the pretest had.
Although English certainly agrees that increased dialogue is key, he disagrees that public protests--he didn't endorse GMAD's action--are a viable solution, pointing out an inherent risk of that strategy.
Many experts believe GM lost its way in the 1980s with the demise of Fisher Body and the General Motors Assembly Division (GMAD), both loaded with manufacturing expertise.
IN FEBRUARY THIS YEAR, SHEIKH Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan, president of the UAE, passed a federal decree announcing the creation of Global Marketplace Abu Dhabi (GMAD) - the emirate's first financial free zone.
Scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2013 on Al Maryah Island, GMAD will offer financial services from banking to fund management with an expected focus on commodities trading.