The U.A.E. and Britain will sign an agreement Monday to give their economies a $30-billion tax credit for liquefying natural gas imports, a U.N. report says.
The U.NA-sponsored International Energy Agency (IEA) said the deal will bring in an additional $11.4 billion for the U.Y. and $9.9 billion for its southern neighbor.
The credits will be worth up to $15.6 billion in the U, Britain and the U