Jul 01 2009
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Lt. General Dhahi Khalfan praises achievements of Dubai Statistics Center
Dubai, July 1, 2009: Commander General of the Dubai Police His Excellency Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim praised the achievements of Dubai Statistics Center (DSC) during his recent official visit and tour of the center. The visit was aimed at enhancing the existing joint relations between Dubai Police and DSC.
Lieutenant General Dhahi reviewed DSC's strategic plans and statistical programmes that cover all economic, social and demographic sectors in Dubai, which DSC prepares as part of mission to provide statistical information that supports planning processes, decision making and the business community.
Lieutenant General Dhahi also reviewed the e-Statistics System, considered as one of the pioneering electronic systems in the statistical field globally. The e-Statistical System provides users with specific databases on economic, demographic, and social surveys and censuses conducted by the Center. The system currently covers statistical registry reports of 13 departments and institutions, and within one year, 100 sources of statistical data will be connected to the system.
His Excellency Arif Obeid Al Muhairi, the Executive Director of DSC, expressed his gratitude to His Excellency Lieutenant General Dhahi for his visit, adding that it showed his interest in statistics and the keenness to make decisions based on sound scientific foundations.
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