The government has signed an agreement with Dutch Docklands of the Netherlands to develop, operate and manage water properties in the Maldives.
Dutch Docklands is a global leader in tailor-made floating developments (such as floating beaches and restaurants) using methods and procedures it claims will reduce the environmental impacts on sea-life and minimise the changes to the coast lines.
The agreement includes a floating convention centre and golf course in the Maldives.
The agreement was signed at a ceremony held at the President’s Office last Thursday afternoon.
President Mohamed Nasheed and Ambassador of the Netherlands, Mrs Leoni Margaretha Cuelenaere, were present at the ceremony.
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I hope Anni will speed up higher education so that we can fill up the jobs these investors are going to create. Please give priority to island children. Even we have to borrow money again from world back Asian Bank or Islamic Bank we have to send kids overseas for higher education, Lawyers, pilots, Doctors, Engineers, Teachers, Nurses, Accountants, MBA etc
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