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Abu Dhabi's investment arm is quietly building a portfolio of major assets, both local and global, from smelters to schools to sports cars.
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In the aerospace sector, it owns the Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies, has 35 percent stake in Piaggio Aero and has also signed a MoU with flight training provider, Northrop Grumman to collaborate on high technology aerospace and aviation educational and training programs. It has investments in Liwa Energy, owns the Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi, the Abu Dhabi Knee and Sports Medicine Centre and the Imperial College Diabetic Centre.
Capitala, a joint venture real estate firm by Mubadala and Singapore’s CapitaLand, is developing a project surrounding Zayed Sports City for $4-5 billion. And it is the owner of Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy project.
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