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British Real Estate Entices the Gulf

Middle Eastern investors have ramped up their involvement in the British real estate market, a trend indicative of the larger opportunity the U.K. presents for the region. ....

border="0" /> <br> <p style="font-style: italic; line-height: 22px; text-align: center" >Overlooking Lord’s Cricket Ground and steps away from Regent’s Park, this luxurious One St. John’s Wood penthouse is an address of distinction.</p> <br><br> According to a recent report cited in Zawya

The Events Industry Rises in Dubai

Building on the back of successful events like Expo 2020, Dubai is increasingly becoming one of the world’s foremost hubs for international gatherings. ....

attesting to Dubai’s elite event-management capabilities in a post-pandemic world. Courtesy Gulf Business.</p> <br><br> In a year where many major economies struggled to recover from the effects of the pandemic and other geopolitical events, Dubai emerged as a bright spot across a variety of

Dubai 2040 Takes Shape

Projects like the newly announced The Loop offer an enticing vision of what the Emirate could look like once the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan is realised. ....

: 22px; text-align: center" >An artist’s rendering of what the city could look like in 2040.</p> <br><br> Announced in 2021, the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan aims to completely revamp the city to meet, propagate and pioneer sustainable urban development. Heavily focused on making Dubai the most

Dubai Resilience in the Era of Recession

As major economies grapple with recession, Dubai has all the ingredients to continue displaying economic growth and stability. It is difficult to predict exactly how a country or city will be impacted by a global recession. The impact depends on the recession’s....

obal growth slowed down in 2022 due to various factors including fiscal and monetary tightening by central banks, China’s COVID restrictions and property slump, and the energy supply shock resulting from the Russia–Ukraine conflict. <br><br> In addition, the cryptocurrency crash, and rising in