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$1bn Reem Mall in Abu Dhabi opening delayed until 2020

The opening date of Abu Dhabi’s $1 billion Reem Mall has been delayed by two years until 2020, according to its developer. Addressing a press...

UAE consumer electronics market to grow 3% to $11.8b

Dubai: The consumer electronics industry in the UAE is expected to grow by around three per cent this year to $11.8 billion compared to...

UAE weather: Hot temperatures and strong winds expected this weekend

ABU DHABI // Hot days will continue over the weekend with conditions expected to ease in the evenings. Temperatures will range between 38°C to 25°C...

Top 7 budget supermarkets in Dubai that will save you money

Grocery shopping isn’t cheap, especially when you have a family to feed. Retail food prices have risen and we need to start making smarter...

UAE residents queue through the night for iPhone 7

DUBAI // Hundreds of UAE residents queued in Abu Dhabi and Dubai for the iPhone 7 on Saturday, with some lining up as early...

Ibn Battuta Mall, Dubai

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Centrepoint to pilot mobile point of sale in its UAE stores

Dubai: Standing in long queues can be frustrating for consumers. Centrepoint, a multibrand store, aims to change that. In the coming months, the retailer, owned...

Dubai Mall Aquarium's new offers

Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, the destination in Dubai Mall that showcases the marvels of the aquatic world, has announced that guests will now have the opportunity to go behind the scenes and enjoy exclusive access with the new Animal Encounter Experiences.

Abu Dhabi and Dubai to have more mall space, but may...

Mall space across Dubai and Abu Dhabi is set to increase significantly within five years, even as retailers come under pressure from the strong US dollar.

About 6 in 10 UAE residents visit a mall at least...

Nearly two in ten Emiratis go to a shopping mall almost every day, while the majority of UAE residents spend between Dh100 and Dh500 per trip, according to a new study.