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  • Nakheel Tower

    Dubai’s real estate no longer needs a wheelchair?

    Since the collapse of the real estate market in Dubai, property developers including Nakheel and Emaar were crippled by the collapse but there may be a ray of hope now

    August 2, 2012 3:40
  • Booming Gulf Airlines

    Gulf giants bite the global pie

    Not enough carbon emission tax in the world can be a hindrance to the booming carriers of the Gulf, backed by wealthy backgrounds and ambition

    August 2, 2012 8:00
  • e-government for GCC

    GCC paint on e-readiness canvas

    Where one would doubt the GCC states over their online governmental presence and transparency, the latest UN e-readiness survey says otherwise

    August 1, 2012 4:03
  • Khalaf-Habtoor

    Dubai billionaire says no trust in Asia

    Al Habtoor has set up camp in Dubai since 1970 and despite the turmoil of European economy, the appeal still exists above certain other areas

    July 31, 2012 2:10
  • online fashion retail in the Middle East

    Rough ride for online fashion retailers in the Middle East

    Notwithstanding the optimism fueled by internet savvy and style conscious Middle East consumer, online fashion retail is having a bumpy ride on the sand dunes of the Middle East. Kipp finds the reasons.

    July 31, 2012 11:31
  • Gold Duty for Indian Expats

    Indian expats still fuming over Gold tax

    The Gulf has a large population of Indian expats but when they return to India on vacation they are faced with something they shouldn't have to pay

    July 31, 2012 11:18
  • Smoking in Dubai Restaurants

    Dubai restaurants must value human rights

    Years ago, businesses inside Dubai malls began to panic when smoking was banned. They were worried they'd see their customer base cut in half...

    July 30, 2012 12:28