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Expo 2020 Dubai a ‘massive’ opportunity for UK businesses post-Brexit

Expo 2020 Dubai is a “massive” opportunity for UK businesses to showcase innovation at a time when the country increasingly looks outside the European...

Dubai’s nine-month trade figure exceeds $262bn

Dubai’s external non-oil trade for the first nine months of 2018 reached AED965.3 billion ($262.8 billion), it was announced on Tuesday. Re-exports registered 13 percent...

Dubai leads the world in Quality of Roads

HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai, stressed Dubai’s...

UAE labour laws protect workers, employers equally

The UAE is keen on protecting workers' rights and several laws have been issued and effectively implemented to protect both workers and their employers,...

Ramadan likely to start on May 17

Ramdan is likely to start on May 17 this year, according to the Sharjah Centre for Astronomy and Space Sciences. The centre also predicted that...

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

Dubai: Dubai has been ranked for the first time among the world’s most powerful cities for attracting expatriates and businesses. In the latest Global Power...

Tax law expert: Over 5,000 jobs will be created in GCC...

Paul Drum, Head of Policy at CPA Australia and an expert in tax law, has said that it is anticipated that around 5,000 finance...

Watch out for road closures in Downtown Dubai, Business Bay

Motorists will have to face another morning of congested roads from Sharjah, inbound to Dubai before the weekend starts. Several roads along Downtown Dubai and...

Careem, Fetchr emerge as ‘most promising’ UAE Startups

Forbes Middle East, for the second consecutive year, has unveiled the U.A.E.'s most promising startup and awarded the top entrepreneurs who have achieved remarkable...

Dubai drops from eighth to ninth as world’s most expensive city

The emirate is ranked the world’s 9th most expensive city for companies to locate employees, overtaking the likes of Shanghai and Rio De Janeiro, according to the Savills report. The ranking has dropped a notch since 2008 when Dubai was placed 8th in the index.