Ministry of Public Works - UAE

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Address: PO Box 878 , Abu Dhabi, UAE


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Home truths: Dubai Properties Group CEO Abdullatif AlMulla
Dubai Properties Group is one of the emirate’s real estate crown jewels but has not courted the same level of press interest as Emaar or Nakheel. With epic masterplan projects including JBR, Dubailand and Business Bay and a mass land bank to develop, newly appointed Group CEO Abdullatif AlMulla looks set to spruce up the company’s profile

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