Dubai Business Conditions Improve as Coronavirus Cases Spike

by Zaara 16, Dec 2020

Dubai Business Conditions Improve as Coronavirus Cases Spike

Many employees and businesses, throughout the world, are bracing themselves during these uncertain times. The UAE government understood the severity of the problem very early and gave proactive respond in the technologically advanced, strategic, and organized way to conduct different activities in the phased manner while keeping a good eye on the development across the globe, and care instructions by the World Health Organization (WHO) due to Covid-19 effects on business in Dubai.

After eight months of living and working in this pandemic, business conditions in Dubai have improved from three straight months even as a renewed spike in coronavirus cases poses a threat to the city’s recovery.

Here are a few data points to know -

  • Employment declined at the slowest in seven months, as business expectations improved slightly
  • The pace of new business was faster than in August and demand growth was at a 10-month high
  • A sharp increase in new orders seen in the wholesale and retail sector; construction work experienced “a modest rise”
  • The travel and tourism sector continued to decline, but at the slowest pace since February
  • Expectations of further growth were largely linked to a rebound in sales as lockdown measures are lifted

Here’s a chart on Dubai covid-19 spike -

It is anticipated that recent surge in cases is raising the prospect that new restrictions may be needed to stop the contagion. The country’s central bank already anticipates that the OPEC member’s economy will shrink 5.2% this year, suffering a deeper contraction than first estimated.

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit the world at the beginning of 2020, whilst some countries were grappling to comprehend the situation, some taking a very slow laid back/denial approach, others not really knowing how to react, businesses and individuals based in the UAE felt very safe and assured as the Emirates took important steps and minimize the risk to its residents, even before WHO announced Coronavirus as a global pandemic on March 11, 2020.

There is a lot to consider for business growth in a pandemic. As the situation is evolving, and there has been great support from the Government and other organizations. So there is hope about positive development, and regaining of all business-related activities.

UAE has originated itself leader for management of tough times, and crisis due to COVID-19 effects on business in Dubai. By helping people and business development most efficiently and correctly.

We at Commitbiz can help you start a business during these uncertain times in a hassle-free manner. Do contact us today - even if it’s for a piece of friendly advice.