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With expatriates gearing up to flee Dubai, Kipp looks at the complications of disengaging with the once thriving emirate
January 19, 2009 2:18 by Dana El Baltaji
Saying goodbye to Dubai
There’s no better way to say goodbye to the emirate than to sample all the best services it has to offer? How about champagne brunches and sundowners at the Burj Al Arab? No? Why not? Because you’ve been fired and your money’s frozen in an HSBC account and you can’t afford a shawarma, let alone a boozy brunch? That’s too bad.
Oh well, have a safe trip! Do come again!
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