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Hey Simon. Indeed, I still stand by my comments, but not by what you're claiming to be my comments. What I said was that Dubai's economy is less reliant... more
@Mr. Common Sense - which "other sources of protein" are you comparing pork to when you consider it "unhealthy"? With lean meat there is very little difference... more
Dealing at the stock market is an unpredictable game.
And a lot of hot air bubbles, blown up by "analysts".
You win some, and you lose some.
I really dont understand the need of such a bank guarantee . The ECNR process already has this facility and the ECNR is issued to labours only after taking... more
Some people come to the UAE thinking this is a lawless desert where alcoholism, debauchery, homosexuality, gambling, adultery public display of affection... more
The reality is that many properties are just not worth what the "investors" have paid for them! They are insulated from this to some degree by the fact... more
Very nice, something not discussed often assuming it to be known already. Well written. more