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NEWS »

Mubadala losses widened to US$1.14bn in 2011

Abu Dhabi investment firm blames “volatility in global marketplace” and declining real estate values

Syria violence eases as ceasefire begins

Violence halts after President al-Assad pledged to observe UN brokered ceasefire

Saudi Aramco said to double gasoline imports in April, May

Crude exporter will ramp up imports to compensate offline refinery

Kuwait bourse to launch NASDAQ-backed trading system

New system will allow trades of as little as one share a time, says bourse

Arabtec names Aabar chairman, CEO to board

Dubai builder nominates four execs from Aabar in growing sign of Abu Dhabi influence

UAE slams Iran over disputed Gulf island visit

Foreign minister says President Ahmadinejad's visit to Abu Musa is "flagrant violation" of sovereignty

RIM plans flagship Dubai shop in MidEast push

Embattled smartphone maker want to capitalise on high regional demand

Luxury cars makers struggle to meet MidEast demand

Regional dealers say wait-lists for some brands are between five months and two years

New Nakheel Palm project 'complete in 18 months'

Developer says it has already sold US$60m of property in Palma Residences

REVEALED: Where to invest in buy-to-let property

Knight Frank survey reveals the global property markets with the highest average rents in 2011

1/3 of Dubai residents not charged housing fee - poll

ArabianBusiness.com poll revealed huge disparity between people paying

Saudi princess seeks more rights for women

Princess Basma Bint Saud Bin Abdulaziz says constitution, not driving, is big priority

University shut Dubai branch over Iran spy fears

CIA advised Michigan State University to refuse 2009 bailout, incurring US$3.7m loss

REVEALED: Dubai's 20 most popular companies

Arabian Business research reveals the top 20 most traded companies on the Dubai Financial Market over the last month

Passengers in flap after Kuwait Airways drama

Travellers unimpressed as flight to Beirut ends up back in Kuwait via Cyprus

Full steam ahead for UAE investment - Dubai ruler

HH Sheikh Mohammed says Gulf state will continue to invest in citizens' futures

OPINIONS »

Can anyone stop Al Jazeera?

It will be interesting to see how BSkyB copes with Al Jazeera's threat to broadcast Premier League games in Europe

VIDEOS »

Man climbs Moscow skyscraper

A man has posted a video of himself climbing a 577ft building in Moscow, Russia

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed receives ambassadors

UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum received the new ambassadors of Sweden, Morocco and Australia

North Korea readies rocket launch

North Korea fueled up a rocket Wednesday in preparation for what appeared to be an imminent liftoff

10-year old gives birth in Colombia

10-year-old girl from the Colombian Wayuu tribe gives birth. Mother and baby doing well

Latest Reader Comments

Emirati graduates say they expect $7,350 monthly salary in first job
survivor : @telcoguy - actually, banks - (both local and foreign) in the country have been forced to hire them for decades now, with a salary higher than an experienced expat. ...
UAE - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:16 PM

Expat citizenship could help solve Dubai's economic challenge
Joanna Davies : Why would one want citizenship.. Countries back home are booming and there are more financial opportunities back home.
Remember we are here in UAE , to make money, spend some and repatriate most of it..The government has made it clear , and we should not harbour any misconceptions ...
uae - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:16 PM

Saudi's Muslim World League voices 'deep concern' over new 9/11 law
WHJ : @Telco. Well, of course there is. You can begin by learning to write reasonably logical comments.
Take your other comment as an example. Oil constitutes around 5% only of Dubai's GDP and yet you still think Dubai's economy is oil dependent......
UAE - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:31 PM

Exclusive: UAE mulls ‘man-made mountain’ in bid to improve rainfall
Telcoguy : @WHJ, I think your claims are more of a mocking than anything else Fenton could say. I am still wondering if you are real or some kind of Cobelrtesque character because you have made claims so outrageous and out of place that would fit perfectly in his old program.

I am waiting for you to a...
Spain - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:32 PM

Italian lawyer said to sue Emirates over obese passenger
Joe : When will people wake up and realise that obesity is a gigantic problem, not just in the UAE and GCC, but in almost every developed country on the planet?

We are (on average) so fat that it is having a negative impact on helath - fatter than we have ever been before in history - and getting...
UK - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:12 PM

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FEATURES & ANALYSIS »

Racing ahead: The Gulf's luxury car market boom

Car manufacturers are witnessing a boom in the luxury-loving Gulf

Special Report: Ras Al Khaimah

CEO Middle East takes an in-depth look at the UAE’s northernmost emirate

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PHOTOS: Stunning photos of Saudi capital Riyadh
Selection of images shows pace of development in Saudi Arabian capital
PHOTOS: REVEALED: Where to invest in buy-to-let properties
Knight Frank's global survey unveils the global property markets with the highest average rents in 2011
PHOTOS: Qatar and India rulers sign agreements
Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, meets with Indian Prime Minsiter Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on April 9, 2012
PHOTOS: 8.6 magnitude earthquake hits Indian Ocean
Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India among those countries threatened by possible Tsunami
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