Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber said the work was an extension of the National In-Country Value Program © Photo by Karim Sahib/AFP via Getty Images
Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber said the work was an extension of the National In-Country Value Program © Photo by Karim Sahib/AFP via Getty Images

Firms pledge to spend $30bn with local supply chains to boost resilience

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
21 June 2022

Large companies in the UAE have committed to allocating spend of 110bn dirham ($30bn) to local manufacturers as part of a national industrial strategy.

Some 12 firms including Adnoc, ADQ Holding, Emirates Global Aluminium and Pure Health have identified more than 300 products to be manufactured locally to boost self-sufficiency and resilience.

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