Owen, Tom
April 2002
Middle East;Apr2002, Issue 322, p28
Focuses on the economic conditions in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Consideration of Jebel Ali being the leading port for the Gulf and the Sub-continent; Success of Emirates on the airline industry; Construction of hotels by the holding company Jumeirah International.


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