Part Two Banking, Finance and Investments: 2.2. Development of Banking and Finance: Dubai Banking and Insurance

January 2006
Doing Business with the United Arab Emirates;2006, p53
Book Chapter
Chapter Two of the book "Doing Business with the United Arab Emirates" is presented. It explores the establishment of banks and financial institutions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It discusses the possible investment opportunities in banking and financial services sectors as well as investment policy.


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