The government-owned property developer’s employees are allegedly latest in list of executives investigated for bribery.
August 26, 2008 5:42 by kippreport
Sama Dubai develops the “Salam” chain of luxury residential resorts, and is currently working on two projects in Bahrain and Oman.
The Salam Yiti in Oman is located between the Al Hajjar mountain range and the Oman beachfront, and will include luxury hotels operated by Jumeirah and Raffles, a golf course which is being designed by architect Robert Trent Jones Junior, and wellness centers. The construction started this year, and the entire project is expected to be completed in 2013. Sama Dubai recently announced that the $2bn project would generate more than 2,000 jobs in Oman.
Salam Bahrain, which is estimated to cost $1bn, is set for final completion in 2011 and includes a five-star resort hotel, hotel and luxury villas, a spa, a conference center and water canals.
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