The visit of Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi’s third visit to the UAE will further boost the economic relations between India and UAE. Both countries have already enjoyed a great relationship with a large Indian population in the UAE. The Indian businessmen in the UAE enjoy a great atmosphere living and doing business in UAE.
The UAE provides a very positive approach of doing business and also ease of doing business in UAE. The UAE is also by the far best in the world informed Mr Kamal Vachani longtime resident of Dubai, UAE and Group Director of Al Maya Group. Al Maya Group operates more than 50 supermarkets in the UAE and also distributes a large number of FMCG goods in addition to other businesses. Mr Kamal Vachani also Regional Director of ESC and Chairman-Dubai Chapter of GOPIO.
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