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The kingdom has vast oil reserves but changing local and region issues are presenting it will some major challenges
The absence of up-to-date laws only serves to hinder the progress of the region’s most innovative economy, says one of the region's prominent legal minds
US imports from Saudi Arabia in August were just 70% of the average level for the past ten years
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Yes please remove the rent cap, let the prices get even more jacked up. In the end it will burst, and no one will benefit. Neither tenants nor landlords... more
Its a vessel...big deal more
Everybody is indeed taxed via DEWA bills, but there is also taxation on pork, alcohol, dining out at restaurants as in municipality tax, car tax (registration... more
The death sentence is a free pass. The purpose of punishment has always been to provide a lesson for misbehaving. No one learns a lesson by dying. Life... more
Our prayers are with you Allan, justice shall prevail and things will be different once it is solved as these banks will be taught a lesson. If not today... more
It's such a superficial life, but that's up to you, some love it & some hate it. Rather go to other restaurants that offer value for money with great ambiance... more
Good to know that.. God Bless U.A.E. and its Rulers and all the concerned in the Govt. Authority..
Our good wishes to all who has done this..... more