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The 5th version of the 2006 Annual evaluation assesses development made in integrating Arab economies into the area economic climate and the level to which local integration has been accomplished. The evaluation goals to aid readers comprehend the possibilities and demanding situations of globalization, the necessity to expedite Arab local integration and the ability proposed for reaching such integration.
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89 .. 75 .. 95 .. .. 01 .. 12 .. 98 .. 17 .. 66 .. .. 8 .. .. 83 .. 54 .. 04 .. 13 .. 02 .. 6 Source: Inter-Arab Investment Guarantee Corporation, Report on Investment Climate in the Arab Countries, 2005, Kuwait, June 2006. ) indicate that no data are available. 34 Total 2004 C. 3 per cent in 2003. 4 per cent in 2004. The tourism sector remains an important pillar of Arab regional integration. A number of factors played a pivotal role in increasing intraregional tourism in some Arab countries, namely, Government support for the tourism sector, ongoing infrastructure development, active investment in the sector, relatively cheap travel tickets, geographical factors and border facilities for tourists.
The real-estate boom in the United Arab Emirates is possibly the biggest ever with one fifth of the world’s construction cranes located in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The projects in the two Emirates employ Asian workers from India and Pakistan. The most prominent current projects in Dubai include: Burj Dubai, the highest tower in the world; Jabal Ali airport with a capacity of 146 million travellers per year; an extension of the capacity of Dubai airport to 60 million travellers per year; and the Atlantis/Palm project, set to be the largest centre for tourism and entertainment in Dubai.
The Seminar was attended by representatives of customs authorities and ministries dealing with trade facilitation from 13 Arab countries and by experts from relevant regional and international organizations. 26 WTO, Proposal by India and the United States of America on the establishment of a multilateral mechanism for the exchange and handling of information between members, 22 July 2005, TN/TF/W/57. 10. 21 Box 5. Regional Workshop on Trade Facilitation for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises ESCWA held a Regional Workshop on Trade Facilitation for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) at United Nations House, Beirut, on 6 and 7 November 2006, which was targeted at the private sector and sought to identify its most pressing needs.
Annual Review of Developments in Globalization and Regional Integration in the Arab Countries, 2006 by United Nations