Thursday, September 20, 2018

UAE

Facebook & WhatsApp are most popular Social Media

* WhatsApp most popular preference for citizens and residents* Least popular are Snapchat and LinkedIn* Instagram second preference for citizens, whereas residents chose FacebookFacebook and WhatsApp are...

Dubai set to allow night swimming at beaches with new floodlights

Dubai’s beaches are set to shine bright at night with the installation of ‘smart poles’ providing high-intensity lighting on the shores. The first two smart...

Qataris selling their UAE properties at big discounts in rush to...

Property brokers in Dubai are reporting a rush in sales from Qatari investors attempting to get their assets out of the UAE before the...

Five supercars you didn’t know were made in Arabia

There are several supercars that have been proudly designed and made in the UAE. And mind you, they also look good and go fast...

You can now get a commercial license in Dubai within five...

The Business Registration and Licencing (BRL) sector in Dubai Economy has launched the "Instant Licence" initiative that enables businessmen and investors to obtain their...

Dubai benefits from shift in tourism away from terror-hit countries

Tourists are shunning terror-hit countries including France and countries in north Africa as they flock to other sun-drenched resorts including Dubai instead. Holidaymakers are rejecting the...

Dubai prepares for world’s first fully rotating Skyscraper

As hotels continue to find new and innovate amenities to add to guest rooms, there has long been some common and indisputable truths. There...

Dubai raises $1.1b loan for metro expansion

The government of Dubai has raised a $1.1 billion (Dh4.04 billion) loan that will be used to extend the city’s metro rail system, completing...

MIDEAST DEBT-UAE banks “more aggressive” about selling Qatar loans as Gulf...

In recent weeks, banking sources say, it has become clear to many UAE bankers that Qatar’s isolation could potentially last for years.In recent weeks,...

45% pay own medical bills in UAE: Survey

Nearly half of the respondents (45 per cent) of a well being survey done in the UAE said that they are not fully covered...
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