UAE prime minister approves Dubai budget for 2022-2024


Dubai (Reuters) – The United Arab Emirates prime minister and Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has approved Dubai’s budget for the fiscal years 2022-2024, with a total expenditure of 181 billion Emirati dirhams ($49 billion), Dubai’s deputy ruler said in a tweet on Sunday.

The budget includes expenditure of 59.95 billion dirhams for 2022, the tweet said.

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