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strong year for DIC and DOZ, with the welcoming of a large number of new
It has also been a strong year for DIC and DOZ, with the welcoming of a large number of new companies into our community, and the expansion of some of our largest existing business partners.
Majed Al Suwaidi, managing director, DIC and DOZ, said: "2013 was a very positive year for Dubai, with the winning of Expo 2020 and the introduction of Dubai's Smart City initiative.
A recent DOZ industry report titled 'Outsourcing in the Mena Region,' reveals that Dubai now counts for 90 per cent of the UAE's outsourcing industry, and unlike other outsourcing hubs around the world, DOZ is a cross-sector zone catering to all types of outsourcing processes.
He said DOZ also witnessed growth throughout last year.
Already a leading destination in the MENA region, DOZ sets to position the region as one of the top outsourcing destinations worldwide.
Ismail Al Naqi, Executive Director of DOZ, said, "As a responsible master developer, we are proud to adopt a sustainable solution that will not only provide the most suitable environment for our business partners, but also contribute to generating considerable benefits to future generations.
DOZ, through our provision of comprehensive purpose built infrastructure, and our long term strategic partnership is proud to be part of ADCB's evolution in the region.
In an exclusive interview Al Malek explains the latest developments in DIC and DOZ and the ICT sector at large.
25,000 people He said by 2010, when the in[degrees]frastructure of the second phase is complete, DOZ will have invested more than Dh2 billion on infra[degrees]structure and buildings.
Joint ventures with other countries to develop projects in the Dubai Outsource Zone (DOZ) are on the pipeline, Ismail Al Naqi, Executive Director of DOZ, said.
Projects include Phelps Dodge's recent commissioning of the $850 million expansion of the Cerro Verde mine in Peru; the development of the new $550 million Safford mine in Arizona; a potential project to extend the life of El Abra through sulfide leaching; the exciting Tenke Fungurume copper/cobalt project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which is expected to begin production by 2009; the expansion of FCX's DOZ underground mine in Indonesia; and other developments of FCX's large-scale, high-grade underground ore bodies in the Grasberg district in Indonesia.