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A $5 Billion USD Moon is Landing in Dubai

Dubai might be launching a $5 billion moon-shaped destination resort designed by Canadian architectural company, Moon World Resorts Inc. The 735-foot high resort has been designed to be built within 48 months and is expected to bring in 2.5 million guests annually.

Dubai Urban Tech District unveiled: 4,000 jobs to be created at new global center

A new urban technology district has been unveiled in Dubai, which is set to create 4,000 jobs in green urban technology, education and training. The Dubai Urban Tech District will be located on the Creek side of Al Jaddaf district in Dubai and will cover 140,000 square meters of...

New green visa shows UAE is ‘open for business’

The new five-year green visa for residents is proof that the UAE is open for business, a leading employment expert has said. The new visa, which comes into effect on September 5, offers people the opportunity to stay in the country for longer, compared with the two...

Where in the world are Russians going to avoid sanctions?

The West has shut Russia out of many American and European banks in response to the invasion of Ukraine. One way wealthy and middle-class Russians, and businessmen close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, have circumvented the unprecedented sanctions Russia faces has been to send...

Can a huge, former exhibition site be turned into a city? Dubai wants to find out

Expo City Dubai, former site of international exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai, faced significant problems during the pandemic, not least a 12-month delay to its opening. Now, a new challenge awaits — to turn a 1,000-acre site into a functioning city.

UAE: Architects propose giant 500-metre-tall ring to encircle Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai

Structure would have a three-kilometre circumference supported by five massive pillars

Dubai’s biggest bank gives staff a pay rise for inflation – sources

Dubai’s biggest bank Emirates NBD (ENBD.DU) has given most employees a pay rise of up to 8% to help cushion against rising costs of living driven by inflation, two sources familiar with the matter said.