Dubai Properties achieves major construction milestone

conveniently located in proximity to Marasi Business Bay waterfront and within walking distance of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, is scheduled for handover in the third quarter of 2019, said a statement from the developer. Dubai Properties pointed ... ( read original story ...)

How Dubai Airport handles 90 million passengers a year

Heading to the airport has become a necessary process for almost all business professionals these days, but all too often, the airport can be a minefield of potential hold-ups or stressful procedures. However this may all be about the change, as Dubai ... ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi expects 3.16% GDP growth in 2018

Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi expects real GDP growth of 3.16 per cent in ... We gauge investors’ confidence on a monthly basis and we see some kind of optimism.” “I think there has been news that may be five or six IPOs are expected in the last quarter ... ( read original story ...)

Boy calls Dubai Police threatening to commit suicide

Dubai: A 13-year-old boy who called Dubai Police threatening to commit suicide because his mother abandoned him in their flat was counselled and moved to a shelter in Sharjah. The terrified child informed the control room that his mother was travelling ... ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi Is Said to Weigh Raising About $10 Billion From Bonds

Abu Dhabi, home to about 6 percent of the world’s oil reserves, is said to be considering raising about $10 billion from a dollar bond sale as early as Tuesday to help plug a budget deficit. Encouraged by Saudi Arabia’s $12.5 billion sale last week ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai announces 30-day fitness challenge

Dubai: A fitness challenge to encourage people to exercise and take part in sports was launched on Monday by Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council. Shaikh Hamdan called on everyone to ... ( read original story ...)

Electric-car incentives added in, remarkably, oil-rich Dubai

Dubai, the second largest sheikdom in the United Arab Emirates, has introduced new incentives in an attempt to make electric cars more desirable. Battery-electric and plug-in vehicles often go overlooked in the oil-rich area, but even some of the world's ... ( read original story ...)