The United Arab Emirates ( Uae )

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1. Introduction
Forty years ago the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was a deserted land surrounded by vast desert and governed by Bedouins tribes. Since the early 1970s The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has emerged from an isolated deserted country into an international destination for hundreds of nationalities. Today, the UAE is considered as one of the most developed countries in the Middle East. The UAE has experienced an economic transition and has reached similar standards as the developed countries. Essentially, the natural resources such as oil and gas have played the key changer to the Emirati economy and helped transforming the society from a tribal culture into an advanced country that attracts many foreign investors and high skilled
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Today, seven Emirates (states) form the UAE: Abu Dhabi, 'Ajman, Al Fujayrah, Ash Shariqah, Dubayy, Umm al Qaywayn, and Ra 's al Khaymah.
Income GDP:
The UAE 's GDP in 2013 represents $390 billion with 4% in growth rate against 3.9% in 2011 and 4.4% in 2012. (CIA Factbook, 2014), the UAE holds the world 's 27th largest economy. According to the CIA Factbook 2014 data, we observe the following statistics:
GDP - composition, by end use:

Table 1 imports of goods and services 51.9% government consumption 7% investment in fixed capital 23.1% investment in inventories 0.7% exports of goods and services 96% household consumption -78.8% Source: CIA Factbook 2013
3. Education: Education is one of the most important sectors that have been recently subject of remarkable reforms. The UAE 's leader Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan noted: "The greatest use that can be made of wealth is to invest it in creating generations of educated and trained people." (Uae-embassy, 2014). para. 1. The public educational structure in the UAE was established in the early 1970s based on programs taught in Arabic as the first language. Public spending on education; total (% of GDP) in the United Arab Emirates was last measured at 0.99 in 2009, according to the World Bank. (Trading economies. para. 1). However, the private schools have been developed during the last years, especially Universities and Colleges. According to the UAE 's UNISCO 2010
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