Structural policies

Structural policies of the UAE essentially exist to ensure that there is a clear framework of leadership hierarchy that spells out the way authority flows and the roles that every rank and file of the team players in the UAE should discharge. However, it is worth noting that since 1993, there have not been any abrogations that have been made concerning the leadership structure of the UAE (International Business Publications, USA (2007, 89).

As far as the dispensation of roles is concerned, the Central bank is the only authority that takes to make announcements on the regulations that in turn affect the rate at which the loans can be made to clients in all the UAE member states, and the interest rates that these same clients are to be subjected to. At the same time, the US is directly being affected by the stipulations of the structural policies that have the capacity to attenuate the shelf- life of diverse varieties of foods that have been imported.

This is so because this state of affairs is seen by World Bank economists (World Bank 2002, 124) to have the potency to affect the rate of importation of American egg exports to the member states of the UAE. Policies of debt management. This policy of the UAE trade exists with a dual purpose. In the first case, this stipulation exists to ensure that a member country of the UAE does not fall into debt at levels detrimental to the realisation of economic growth and development of the rest of UAE member states.

However, it is important to note that the UAE at the moment and in a strict sense, does not have officially recognised foreign debts. Conversely, there are scholars such as Omeje (2008, 90) who posit that the foreign debt that is owed by Dubai and Abu Dhabi are worryingly larger than the UAE Central Bank repository. As far as this matter is concerned, the federal government, rulers, private contributors, agencies of the emirate government that fall within the actualisations of the UAE programmes takes to sponsor the very UAE business undertakings so as to alleviate the high debt rates that the member states may have succumbed to.

Eur (2002, 177) points out that to foster this cause, the Arabic Economic Fund for Abu Dhabi (ADFAED) remains the chief donor of the UAE, having given grants totaling 116. 6 American Dollars and also having given 1. 6 billion US Dollars as loans starting from 1974 to 1992. Policies dealing with significant barriers to the American Exports. UAE top board lives to ensure that these preset conditions that ensure that the incumbent legal framework upholds domestic at the expense of the foreign investments.

At the moment, the UAE regulations maintain that there is to be no exclusive treatment for investors, whether these investors come from the national level or not, notwithstanding. The only exception to this stipulation is that business entities that are situated in the duty free areas are by a percentage of 51% expected to come from any of the UAE member countries (World Bank 2002, 369). At the same instance, businesses that are to take part in the importation of goods and / or services into UAE countries must be totally owned by one of the UAE national.

At the same time, subsidies that are to be accorded to the manufacturing firms are only made at the disposal of organisations or business entities that are under the ownership and tutelage of any of the UAE member states. According to the UAE law, any firm, corporation, or business entity that wants to take part in UAE business are expected to have a sponsor, a distributor or an agent, with any of these coming from any UAE member state (Ibrahim and Badr-el-din 2007, 219).