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Dubai economy to grow 4%

By REUTERS Published: Mar 30, 2011 18:24 Updated: Mar 30, 2011 18:24 DUBAI: Dubai’s government expects its economy to grow by up to four percent…

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Dubai reassures trade after holidaymaker’s death

Dubai Tourism and Commerce Marketing has reassured the trade and consumers that the destination is safe to visit following claims a holidaymaker has been beaten to death in…

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Retail, finance and tourism sectors set for expansion

Text size     Thursday, Mar 31, 2011 Gulf News Dubai’s property sector is benefiting from regional turmoilDubai: The Real Estate Regulatory AgencyThe Real Estate…

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Censorship after Dubai bashed by Vanity Fair

“What money would look like if it were left to its own devices”. A scathing article about Dubai has appeared in Vanity Fair. Photo: AP…

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Safe Haven Dubai Gains as Middle East Turmoil Disrupts Lives

Dubai, on the brink of a debt default in 2009, is emerging as the closest thing to a safe haven in the Middle East and…

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WTM Dubai to have green focus

Tempting meeting deals from Tangalooma Island resort Tangalooma Island Resort, located just off the coast from Brisbane, Queensland in beautiful Moreton Bay, is offering fabulous…

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Tourism and trade the top priorities in Umm Al Quwain

Text size     Umm Al Quwain Government’s strategy aims to attract more foreign investmentDubai: Tourism and trade have been given high priority in Umm…

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Dubai to raise $800m on road tolls

Dubai is to raise $800m by selling debt instruments backed by future revenues from road tolls to fund transportation infrastructure in the emirate. The department…

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Dubai may get new financial aid from Abu Dhabi: Barclays

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates and home to 90 percent of the country’s oil reserves, might offer more fiscal aid to…

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Tourism and trade the top priorities in Umm Al Quwain

Dubai: Tourism and trade have been given high priority in Umm Al Quwain’s Government Strategy 2011-2013, which was unveiled yesterday. Also given top billing in…

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Dubai’s hotel guests up to 8.6m in 2010

(MENAFN) Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) said that the number of hotel guests in the country increased to more than 8.6 million…

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Dubai bustling amid region’s turmoil

DUBAI — Regional turmoil is creating an unexpected boom for Dubai as tourists and businessmen flock once again to the shopping and skyscraper oasis after fleeing…

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CNN Arabic editor shares Dubai tips

(CNN) — Glitzy Dubai lures globetrotters with its modern architectural wonders and a bounty of luxury shopping, dining and lodging. This United Arab Emirates metropolis…

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Tourism booms again in Dubai thanks to unrest

The artificial Jumeira Palm Island in Dubai … tourism in the emirate is booming again as visitors avoid turmoil elsewhere in the Middle East. Photo:…

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