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The Member of Supreme Council and Sharjah Ruler, H H Dr Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, has issued an Emiri decree, establishing the Sharjah Healthcare City (SHCC) as a free medical zone authority.
The percentage of unemployed people in Dubai has declined by 50percent last year, in comparison to previous years, according to latest statistics by the Dubai Statistics Centre.
The multi-billion inter-UAE rail network project will link Dubai and Abu Dhabi in 2016, before it gets extended to other parts in 2018.
The Family and Children Zoo Kids Park has announced that its Al Bahia park in Abu Dhabi has been renamed officially as Emirates Park Zoo, and that it will undergo major expansion in-line with Abu Dhabiís image as leading tourism capital.
The Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has called for stronger public-private partnership, to fast-track Dubaiís new initiative of health tourism.
Dubai Metro is gaining quick financial stability and is expected to break even by 2017, the RTA announced.
Beginning April, Dubai residents will have to register for an Emirates ID card immediately after applying for a residence visa, a senior EIDA official revealed.
Dubai businesses can begin operation within hours after applying for the 120-day fast-track business license from the Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED).
Expatriates in both public and private sectors in Dubai can soon look forward to availing the pension scheme.
Dubai, home to almost all types of technologically advanced buildings, has proposed a solar village.
Tallest building in the world, man-made Islands in the sea, indoor ski slope, Dubai has it all.
About 70percet of the work on the Dh 700mn Rashid Hospital Tunnels Project has been completed by the Dubai RTA, and the project will be ready by mid 2013.
The 20th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show came to a close on 17th March, attracting 186 new companies from 46 nations this year.
More than 70 galleries from across the world will be represented at Art Dubai, during its sixth edition, to be unveiled on 21st March 2012.
One of the latest leisure and tourism destinations in Sharjah, Al Majaz Waterfront, a project of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), has been quite a hit among visitors, drawing huge visitor turnouts even during the initial months of its opening.
Dubai has always stood out from the crowd, in terms of stuff like taller, bigger and expensive.
The GCC nations are actively discussing the name and denominations of the proposed unified Gulf currency, and its printing towards mid-year in 2013, said sources at General Secretariat of GCC.
The residential real estate in Dubai has attained stability, and housing prices here grew an average of 2.
Private firms in UAE are demanding a police-issued clean criminal record from job applicants in the UAE.
One of the oldest hotels in Dubai, located in Sheikh Zayed Road, namely The Metropolitan, also an iconic venue, will be demolished shortly, to make way for the regionís largest integrated hotel complex.
The major $34bn Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai will get fully operational by the year 2027, the CEO of Dubai Airports announced.
Dubai has dropped 16 places in the latest Worldwide Cost of Living Index Survey, in comparison to that of last year, much to the relief of residents in Dubai.
The Dubai Sports Council (DSC) has signed a deal with Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) to take sports tourism to the next level.