Published on : Saturday, November 9, 2013
The Dubai International Motor Show at the Dubai World Trade Centre, was visited by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, accompanied by Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai. Shaikh Mohammed and Shaikh Hamdan tour key expo, express satisfaction over outstanding attendance.
Almarri said that over 150 countries represented with displays of their most recent products, many of which manufactured by specialized factories in the automotive industry using the latest technologies, keeping pace with the spirit of the times and meeting the needs of people of all ages.
There were over one hundred new cars on show for the first time, either regionally or globally. Moreover, these models have attracted large numbers of visitors to the exhibition, which reflects the stature of the UAE in the international arena and the importance of Dubai as a global city, which attracts diverse tourism, industry, and investment from countries and international companies.
Shaikh Mohammed finished his visit after visiting a number of stands and viewing a selection of vehicles displayed by international parent companies, national companies and local agents of the manufacturers who are showing about 600 cars of various styles, shapes, and colors.
Shaikh Mohammed commended the Dubai International Motor Show, he described it as an important trade and promotional exhibition for the UAE. In general and Dubai in particular, and said that it is also a tourist trade fair “par excellence”, which is for all people and all segments of the community in the UAE, the Gulf region and the entire Middle East, open to all walks of society.
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