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Tourism set for growth in Ras Al Khaimah
Travel

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Ras Al Khaimah saw its tourism industry hit a high note in 2014, with revenues surpassing Dh1bn ($242.9m), bolstered by the addition of new rooms and a rise in the number of hotel nights spent by visitors in the emirate.

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Dubai considers electric car solutions
Economics

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Electric vehicles may be set to become a more familiar sight on the streets of Dubai. The emirate has one of the world’s highest car ownership ratios and the authorities are expanding the infrastructure for battery-run cars and introducing new incentives to encourage people to switch to more environmentally-friendly options.

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Urban farming a solution for Gulf countries
Economics

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It becomes increasingly clear that harnessing new technologies and research related to climatic and soil conditions will become critical fac­tors in achieving food security.

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Morocco revives falconry heritage with help from UAE
Travel

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Emirati participation is part of UAE\'s commitment to re­viving Morocco’s falconry heritage through active sup­port of Lekouassem Fal­conry Festival.

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Dubai extends IT push
Technology

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Demand for IT services in Dubai is set to soar over the coming decade, underpinned by strong demand for both software and hardware products.

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Demand strong for Abu Dhabi retail space
Economics

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Competition is set to heat up for high-end retail space in Abu Dhabi in the coming years as an expanding and affluent population, solid economic growth and increasing tourism drive retail activity.

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Sales continue to surge at Dubai’s mega-malls
Economics

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Dubai’s famous mega-malls are doing brisk trade, with the companies behind the emirate’s two biggest shopping centres reporting double-digit revenue growth in 2014. Additionally, plans for further expansion are also in the works.

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Egypt, UAE ink deal to build brand new capital east of Cairo
Economics

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Egypt and the United Arab Emirates on Saturday signed a deal to build Egypt’s new administrative capital, east of the existing capital Cairo.

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Gulf women and competing economies
Economics

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‘Arab Women’ are the subject of Western and Eastern curiosity and, often, fascination. However, most attempts to investigate ‘Arab Women’ reduce them to one entity, ignoring their multitude of experience. The fact is Arab women are very different from each other.

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UAE: How the world's top donor spends its aid
Economics

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During 2013 the United Arab Emirates spent over US$5.5 billion on Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) – at 1.33 percent, it had the largest ratio of aid to Gross National Income of any country globally during that year.

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UAE: Medical tourism to boost Dubai's revenues
Economics

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Looking to capitalise on its reputation for healthcare, Dubai has set its sights on expanding the medical tourism sector with a target of half a million health and wellness visitors by 2020, boosting the economy with a fourfold increase in revenues from this segment.

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UAE: Abu Dhabi maintaining solid pace of economic growth
Economics

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Despite a sharp downturn in oil prices in the latter part of the year, Abu Dhabi’s economy maintained its solid pace of growth in 2014. Strong fiscal reserves,

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UAE: Governments must innovate or become irrelevant
UAE Politics

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Companies, like people, grow old. They start life small and eager to survive, fueled by youthful energy and fresh ideas. They compete, expand, mature, and eventually, with a few exceptions, fade into obscurity.

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