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The UAE Has the First Middle Eastern Firm on UK’s FTSE 100

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For the first time in history, a Middle Eastern firm has been listed on the UK’s FTSE 100. Having been listed on the UK stock exchange in 2012, UAE’s NMC health has had significant growth in share price and made its way up to the top 100.

The ever-growing firm plans expansion across the Gulf region and to expand their reach outiside the UAE. The AED64bn UAE healthcare sector is on track to achieve 60% growth reaching $28bn in 2021 according to MENA Research Partners.

The UAE continues to prove itself to be at the forefront of healthcare standards.

— Pedro Wisden, Mojo PR

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