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Lenders are slicing their workforces, including in the UAE, as the effects of the oil price burn their way through the sector, ,says Ed Attwood
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I agree that GCC have to reduce their dependence on OIL and diversify their income, but taxing is surely not the right way.
Even if they have money and will to build...should this be a priority? more
Better than the predecessor that came out with a preposterous target price that retail investors followed blindly and lost all their money. At least now... more
Dr. Al Sumait is a good example of Muslims, But unfortunately the western world media just focus on the black side.. more
Rents in Dubai are ridiculous and so are the costs of doing business or living in Dubai which is why the cost of running a business has become very difficult... more