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Dubai home below Dh1 million?

All the action in the Dubai property sector is transpiring in the under-Dh1 million price market. Not only does this signify an effort by...

Ways to get arrested in Dubai

1. Brushing up against a man in a barTourist Jamie Harron hit headlines after he was arrested for touching a man's hip in a...

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...

VAT rules not yet finalized: UAE Ministry of Finance

The UAE Ministry of Finance is still in the process of preparing the executive regulation of value-added tax (VAT) and tax rates on supply...

Worried UAE jewellers seek respite from VAT

The UAE is set to introduce five per cent VAT on a host of services and goods from January 2018 as part of the...

Nearly half of UAE residents still in debt, 28% failing to...

Nearly half of residents in the UAE are still in debt, while a significant number are failing to save money, according to figures from...

Commercial courts to boost investment in Saudi

Justice Minister Walid Al-Samaani has officially launched the commercial courts after they had started to operate on Muharram 1 of this year. The justice minister...

Dubai among world’s most powerful cities for talent, business

In the latest Global Power City Index, which rates nearly 50 cities according to their “magnetism” or power to attract enterprises and human capital...

Iconic afternoon teas to try in Dubai

Afternoon high tea is a renowned British tradition and Dubai has adopted it wholeheartedly. Most of the best hotels in the emirate feature incredible...

Revealed: Top nationalities looking to buy Dubai properties

Properties in Dubai continue to gain growing interest from buyers, both locally and abroad. In August alone, some Dh2.7 billion worth of homes were...
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