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Mohammed Bin Zayed reconstitutes ADCCI; Lulu Group’s Yusuffali appointed vice chairman

July 26, 2021
File photo of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan honorin LuLu Group's Yusuffali MA with the “Abu Dhabi Award 2021”, the highest civilian honor for his almost 5-decade long contributions in the fields of economic development and  philanthropy.
File photo of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan honorin LuLu Group's Yusuffali MA with the “Abu Dhabi Award 2021”, the highest civilian honor for his almost 5-decade long contributions in the fields of economic development and philanthropy.

ABU DHABI — Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi & deputy supreme commander of UAE Armed Forces, issued a resolution to form a new Board of Directors for Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI), chaired by Abdullah Mohamed Al Mazrouei and prominent Indian businessman Yusuffali MA as the vice-chairman.

ADCCI is the apex govt. body of all business established in Abu Dhabi and functions as an effective bridge between the government and business sector. Each of the business establishments in Abu Dhabi, one of the wealthiest and most influential economic hubs in the region, has to be licensed by ADCCI.

Yusuffali is the only Indian in the 29-member board, which is primarily made-up of Emirati business owners and CEOs.

Yusuffali, on being appointed as the vice chairman of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry, said: “Truly a very humbling and proud moment in my life. My sincere gratitude to the visionary leadership of this great country and I will strive to do my best towards justifying the great responsibility entrusted upon me. My primary focus will be towards the growth of Abu Dhabi economy and the larger business community, especially in these challenging times."

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan recently had honored Yusuffali with the “Abu Dhabi Award 2021”, the highest civilian honor for his almost 5-decade long contributions in the fields of economic development & philanthropy. — SG


July 26, 2021
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