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20/8/2015 - The Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, HH Shaikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, recently issued a law which regulates the partnership between public and private sectors.
20/8/2015 - Dubai Municipality has announced the launch of a Dh 22million worth Crocodile Park in the emirate, top officials of the civic body announced.
10/8/2015 - Hiring in real estate sector of UAE has slowed down, as several small-time companies are trying to cope up with the decline in business activity.
7/8/2015 - This years Cityscape Global, to be held next month in Dubai, is likely to see the unveiling of a series of attractive and affordable housing options by the developers.
The residential rentals in Dubai declined by 3 percent during the second quarter of the year, says the latest ADIB/MPM Properties Real Estate report.
More than 300 new jobs have opened up in Al Futtaim Group across its various business divisions.
As per the PwC Report, UAE can grow into a world-class leisure and entertainment destination and compete against cities such as Singapore, Orlando and Hong Kong, if it takes a holistic approach to exploit its unique geographical positioning, high quality attractions and investment in infrastructure.
Emphasizing on Vision 2021, the countrys strategy which gives top priority to happiness and welfare of UAE residents and nationals, HH Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, affirmed that the country will continue to invest in qualitative development and value-added projects that ensure quality lifestyle for its nationals, residents and visitors alike.
According to an economist, the cost of living in Dubai is already showing signs of slowing down and consumers can breathe a sigh of relief.