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James Hogan, the chief executive officer of Etihad Airways, addressed the World Tourism Forum in Lucerne, Switzerland, on the subject of sustainable growth. In his keynote speech, Hogan discussed the central role tourism plays in the expansion of economies, and highlighted the remarkable progress of the Abu Dhabi 2030 Plan and Etihad’s role in achieving this ambitious vision.

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Abu Dhabi authorities opened more sections of a Dh5billion tunnel project to traffic on Friday as they are pushing ahead with plans for a full completion towards the end of this year or in early 2011. Officials said more than 80 per cent of the entire project has been completed and they expect the tunnel and surface roads to be fully operational within two to four months nearly four years after the project was launched.

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Abu Dhabi will develop pathways for pedestrians and bicycles in a bid to improve transport options as well as the quality of life, officials said. The transport department has announced a Pedestrian Bikeway Master Plan to be completed by early 2012.

National Bank of Abu Dhabi sponsors UAE Global Investment Forum 2011

The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), is lead sponsor of the Fourth Annual UAE Global Investment Forum to be held on May 3rd , 2011, in Abu Dhabi. The speakers and panelist at the event will discuss, analyse and debate the economic outlook of the county as well as shifting of economic balance toward emerging markets, opportunities for investments, potential political changes in the Middle East, and how the UAE can capitalise on investor appetite.

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Market@Masdar City showcases eco-living

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Lukewarm trading on Gulf stock exchanges as investors stay away

Trading on local exchanges was lukewarm yesterday ahead of earnings releases by blue-chip stocks in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. In Abu Dhabi, the telecommunications operator Etisalat declared a net profit of Dh7.6 billion from Dh8.8bn last year. Earnings per share declined to Dh0.97, from Dh1.12 in 2009. Etisalat gained 0.9 per cent to Dh11.10 yesterday. The Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange remained little changed at 2,710.61, as 1,103 trades were made in the capital at a total value of Dh99m.

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