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  • Khaleej Times vs. Gulf News

    Khaleej Times vs. Gulf News

    Sporting a new design, Dubai daily Khaleej Times is hoping to beat its old competitor, Gulf News. Is it managing to succeed?

    September 28, 2008 5:46
  • Aramex vs DHL

    Aramex vs DHL

    The Arab upstart battles the German giant, seeking to become one of the world’s top five courier companies.

    September 17, 2008 5:53
  • Cartoon Network vs Nickelodeon

    Cartoon Network vs Nickelodeon

    Both the channels promise to entertain kids throughout the world. But how do they fare in the Middle East?

    September 10, 2008 5:55
 
  • Vimto vs Rooh Afza

    Vimto vs Rooh Afza

    With Ramadan here, both drinks brands will be vying to reach the maximum number of iftar tables.

    September 3, 2008 5:36
  • Ikea vs The One

    Ikea vs The One

    How much do home furniture retailers Ikea and The One have in common, besides the fact that they've both been founded by Sweden-born entrepreneurs?

    August 27, 2008 5:39
  • Almarai vs Al Rawabi

    Almarai vs Al Rawabi

    Both found a place in Forbes Arabia’s list of top 40 Arab brands in 2006. But who’s making a splash?

    August 20, 2008 5:41
 
  • Nokia vs Sony Ericsson

    Nokia vs Sony Ericsson

    Both feature in the top five mobile makers in the world. But whose tills are ringing the loudest?

    August 13, 2008 5:26
  • Baskin Robbins vs Haagen Dazs

    Baskin Robbins vs Haagen Dazs

    Both boast unique flavors and great quality. But which ice-cream brand screams the loudest?

    August 6, 2008 2:42
  • Boeing vs Airbus

    Boeing vs Airbus

    With Gulf airlines hastily expanding, the two largest aircraft manufacturers in the world are fighting to pocket the most orders. Who's flying higher?

    July 30, 2008 2:47
 
  • Wild Wadi vs Lost Paradise of Dilmun

    Wild Wadi vs Lost Paradise of Dilmun

    Around $200m is expected to be spent at parks and attractions in the Middle East by 2011 (up from around $50m today). Dubai’s nine year-old Wild Wadi, operated by Jumeirah, has a new competitor, Bahrain’s Lost Paradise of Dilmun, a $15m venture started in September 2007.

    June 24, 2008 10:00
 
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