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  • Down but not out—high hopes despite low UAE voter turnout

    Down but not out—high hopes despite low UAE voter turnout

    How interested are Emiratis on a parliamentary future? Precious de Leon hopes the small yet hopeful voter turnout proves the need for faster national integration of the election process.

    September 25, 2011 3:00
  • Maradona Mania Begins

    Maradona Mania Begins

    Eva Fernandes isn’t too chuffed about the Maradona-over dose soon to plague the local press.

    September 20, 2011 3:02
  • Qatar risks biting off more investments than it can chew

    Qatar risks biting off more investments than it can chew

    Qatar is into everything everywhere in the world right now, from automotives to banking. But Una Galani cautions that it without transparency these high-profile assets could be dangerous.

    September 20, 2011 11:08
 
  • Not quite custom-made commemorative clocks

    Not quite custom-made commemorative clocks

    Capitalising on nationalistic pride is all well, but a little consumer research about the very nation you are hoping to sell Dh60K clocks to, would have gone a long way...

    September 19, 2011 4:29
  • What does the UAE do with 200KG per capita of paper a year?

    What does the UAE do with 200KG per capita of paper a year?

    Besting the global average of 60KG per capita of paper usage, the UAE’s plans for a green living won’t get anywhere if paper use remains unchecked, says Precious de Leon.

    September 19, 2011 3:31
  • Etisalat e-Life: The nightmare that wouldn’t end

    Etisalat e-Life: The nightmare that wouldn’t end

    Was this just all a dream? No, the nightmare that was Etisalat's e-Life connection process was real. After spending five weeks endeavoring to upgrade to Etisalat’s e-Life, Eva Fernandes is absolutely horrified and frustrated with what passes off as customer service and support in the UAE.

    September 11, 2011 3:25
 
 
 
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