• Uae Dossier
    hardest, as it was heavily exposed to depressed real estate prices. Dubai lacked sufficient cash to meet its debt obligations, prompting global concern about its solvency. The UAE Central Bank and Abu Dhabi-based banks bought the largest shares. In December 2009 Dubai received an additional $10 billion...
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  • United Arab Emirates
    region in the Gulf, after Dubai, where the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) accounted to 1.54 million tourist arrivals, mainly being domestic tourism (BMI, Q2 2010, p.12).The difference between Dubai and Abu Dhabi’s tourism expenditure is the business and conference tourism in Abu Dhabi that...
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  • Country Investigation: Uae; Launching a Product
    up of 7 Emirate states, namely Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain and Fujairah. [19] President: H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Prime Minister: H.H Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. A few facts regarding the political view of the country...
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  • Pest Analysis of Uae Banks
    and foreign banks: Year UAE national banks Foreign banks Total 1998 164.8 billion 59.8 billion 224.7 billion 1999 172.1 billion 63.9 billion 236.1 billion And this table is a comparison between Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) and Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) for years from 2001 and 2002...
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  • Uae Info
    treaty expired on December 1, 1971, they became fully independent.[32] The rulers of Abu Dhabi and Dubai decided to form a union between their two emirates independently, prepare a constitution, then call the rulers of the other five emirates to a meeting and offer them the opportunity to join. It was...
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  • MARKETING
    differentiate sharply between oil rich Abu Dhabi and resource poor Dubai. This is reflected in the current 300 basis point difference in their CDS spreads. As a result only Abu Dhabi has so far been able to take advantage of the thawing in international capital markets, with the government and some...
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  • Uae Housing Prices
    areas. Geographic differences in cost of living can be measured in terms of purchasing power parity rates. One of the most topical subjects regarding the UAE concerns the cost of living. The Economist Intelligence Unit placed Dubai and Abu Dhabi as the 71st and 82nd most expensive cities in the world...
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  • Business Guides to the Arab Gulf
    their origins to India and Iran. The region was also a major producer of natural pearls until the 1930s, when the advent of Japanese cultured pearls severely undercut the traditional pearl market. The UAE today is a federation of seven of the former Trucial States: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras al...
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  • Uae Economy
    Abu Dhabi, while the British started losing oil investments & contracts to US oil firms [1]. The British had previously started a progress organization that helped in several tiny developments in UAE. Then it was decided to form a council by the sheikhs of Emirates to harmonize matters between them...
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  • Economic and Political Environment of Dubai
    as a small fishing village, it was take over in the 1800's to become a separate emirate of Abu Dhabi. In order to seek protection, Dubai signed a number of treaties with the United Kingdom and the 1892 exclusive agreement brought safety to the city. Unlike many other Arab cities and countries...
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  • Samall Business
    ). * In-depth interviews with selected small Business entrepreneurs. Location of SBs Surveyed | No: SBs surveyed | Abu Dhabi | 2 | Dubai | 17 | Sharjah | 9 | Ajman | 2 | Total | 30 | ‘The interviews took place in January 2012’ Research findings: The...
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  • Crisis in Uae
    East. Dubai, which has barely a trickle of oil in comparison, is projecting a 42% increase in public spending on infrastructure projects, to compensate for vanishing private investment. But it cannot go it alone. Abu Dhabi is increasingly expected to bail out its poorer neighbour, and the two ruling...
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  • Dubi
    ]; English pronunciation: /duːˈbaɪ/ doo-by) is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The emirate is located south of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula and has the largest population with the second-largest land territory by area of all the emirates, after Abu Dhabi. Dubai and...
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  • Women Entreprenenrship
    emirates that make up the UAE. The Abu Dhabi Businesswomen's Group (ADBW) and Dubai Business Women's Council (DBWC) now provide training on entrepreneurship and specific sources of help such as feasibility studies and consulting services for the setting up of businesses including securing finance for...
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  • Uae Economy
    al Muttahidah) The seven emirates, in order of size, are: Abu Dhabi (Abu Zaby) Dubai (Dubayy) Sharjah (Ash Shariqah) Umm al Qaywayn Ajman Al Fajayrah Ras al Khaymah Short Form: UAE. Term for Citizen(s): Emirati(s). Capital: Abu Dhabi City. Major Cities: Al Ayn, capital of the Eastern...
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  • Mohamed
    of the economy. Since the establishment of UAE in 1971, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates relations were always at a good level and developing at a unprecedented rate. Egypt has an embassy in Abu Dhabi and consulate-general in Dubai while the UAE maintains an embassy in Cairo. The bond of...
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  • Baskin Robbins
    world, Baskin Robbins has more than 5,000 retail stores around the world. 2600 stores in the U.S. and over 2,400 stores worldwide. Baskin Robins has 70 stores in the UAE and 20 stores in Abu-Dhabi. Baskin Robbins branches are located more in developed cities such as Abu Dhabi and Dubai where...
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  • C/C Art Paper
    I chose to do my comparison on the Performing Arts Center in Abu Dhabi, and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. The design, by Zaha Hadid, for the Performing Arts Center was unveiled at a press conference on January 31, 2007, and will be constructed in the cultural district of the 27 square...
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  • Uae Clothing Long Report for Business Writing
    the country’s population is urban. Currently, Dubai is the UAE’s most populous city, followed closely by Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. (CIA World Factbook, 2009). These demographics bode well for the retail clothing industry. The highest concentration of the population is made up of people between...
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  • Test of Weak Form Efficiency
    activities in various GCC countries. Table 1 Emergence of Capital Markets in GCC Countries Country Stock Market Year of Commenceme nt 1988 1989 2000 2000 1997 1989-2001* Oman Muscat Securities Market Bahrain Bahrain Stock Exchange UAE Abu Dhabi Sec. Market UAE Dubai Financial Market Qatar Doha...
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