UAE NEWS: Sheikh Mohammed approved the Dh58b UAE budget for 2021

“The UAE will be among the fastest growing countries in 2021,” Sheikh Mohammed said.

The UAE Cabinet on Sunday approved the 2021 budget with an estimated spending of Dh58 billion.

His senior Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Governor of Dubai, said the implementation of key national projects will continue in 2021 and their development will remain a priority.

The VP said the UAE’s economy would be among the fastest growing countries by 2021, and that the government was well on its way to the 2020 budget.

Sheikh Mohammed said in a tweet that the government has all the tools to continue financially and efficiently by 2021, and it will be a better and more efficient year.

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