Articles on the topic "Arab Emirates"

Dubai is not the lifeless desert it was once thought to be! The Emirates have debunked the stereotype that their land is uninhabitable. They have built the world’s tallest building on shifting sands and created oases of greenery, defying nature. The desert has transformed into a Garden of Eden, and here are the five greenest and most environmentally friendly areas of Dubai, where living is comfortable even at +40 degrees.
The construction of Palm Jumeirah marked one of Dubai’s initial steps toward global recognition. The Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed, pledged to create an artificial archipelago resembling a palm tree with 17 fronds by 2006. He aimed to transform the emirate into a premier tourist destination and luxury resort.
The Singing Fountain in Dubai is deservedly considered the best fountain in the world, as well as one of the main attractions of the United Arab Emirates. The fountain is located in the center of Dubai near the famous Burj Khalifa Tower, on a large lake that was created artificially. The fountain is a unique creation of human hands, and it can safely be called one of the wonders of the world.
One method to secure a residence permit in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and attain tax residency is by either establishing a new business or acquiring an existing company. The decision between these options is…
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a sought-after destination for business, but cultural nuances raise concerns among international observers. Divergent ratings portray a complex picture, with some highlighting women’s protection and others pointing to discrimination.
The Finance World Accounting & Tax Awards 2024, presented by iFund Factoring & Forfaiting Services and powered by Wasaya Investments, recently honored pioneers in accounting, tax, audit & finance. Hosted by Finance World Magazine, the…
Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Finance World Magazine proudly announces that nominations are now open for the prestigious UAE Realty Awards 2024. This event honors the tycoons of UAE’s real estate industry.
Recently there was heavy rain in Dubai: the norm for six months of rainfall fell in one day. Schools were switched to distance learning, flights were canceled or moved to other airports. It became impossible to use ground transport for a certain time.
You may have already heard that you don’t have to pay income tax when you resell real estate. The yield on local real estate can reach 10% per year, while in London and New York, it does not exceed 4–5%.
In the business world, where cultures and laws vary from country to country, it is important to study labor rights aspects in detail, especially when doing business in countries with unique laws. In this article, we will look at the labor rights of workers in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is becoming one of the most popular tourism and investment destinations in the Middle East.
Throughout last year, there was a boom in the real estate market in Dubai and the entire United Arab Emirates (UAE). The rise is easy to follow by the numbers: in 2019, just over 36,000 real estate transactions were concluded in the emirate, in 2021 – 54,000, and 2022 – 86,000. The total amount of transactions amounted to $56.5 billion, which is 80% higher than the same figure in 2021.
In the world of real estate, Dubai occupies one of the leading positions, adhering to an innovative and progressive approach. It is interesting to consider the changes that will impact the market in the coming years.
Fresh air, clean sea, vast natural beaches, stunning mangroves, a hub of cultural and educational activity, and a high level of development – Abu Dhabi is a genuine paradise on earth. Astute investors are increasingly focusing on the real estate market in this rapidly advancing emirate, recognizing its immense growth potential. Projects like the Louvre Residences and Saadiyat Lagoons on Saadiyat Island or the Yas Golf Collection on Yas Island offer exceptional opportunities for both residence and investment.
When you open a business in the United Arab Emirates, it is important to understand that choosing a free trade zone (FTZ) is not just a formality. This is a strategic decision because a mistake here can result not only in loss of time, nerves, and extra money but sometimes in the destruction of the entire business. Before you sign the documents and invest in a license, let’s discuss how to prevent your dream from turning into a nightmare due to the wrong choice of FTZ.
Favorable tariffs for tourists and expats, speed and availability of the Internet in Dubai – we talked about everything in the article.
According to Forbes, we looked at three of the richest individuals in the UAE. In this article, you will find out who they are and how they accumulated their impressive fortunes.
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Dubai is a beacon of modernity and progress in the Middle East. However, just a few decades ago, it was primarily inhabited by Bedouins, fishermen, traditional farmers, and nomads. These people lived in tents and…
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Dubai epitomizes luxury, with its journey from a humble fishing port to a dazzling global metropolis being nothing short of spectacular. Witnessing the city of gold for the first time is a breathtaking experience, with…
When venturing into the business landscape of Dubai and other Emirates in the UAE, it’s crucial to adopt a cautious approach, particularly when considering the acquisition of an existing enterprise. This guide aims to illuminate the process of purchasing a business in this region, highlighting essential steps to mitigate potential financial losses and maximize profitability.
Marketers often tell entrepreneurs that they need a strategy, and without it, the business will not develop. But to what extent is this true? Let’s look at what a marketing strategy is, whether every business needs it, and what benefits it brings.
The United Arab Emirates is not only a territory with endless sandy deserts but also a center of business activity and finance. The region’s dynamic economic environment offers many opportunities for business financing. One of the key tools in this process is loans.
In this article, we will summarize the key calendar events that are worth noting for successful business in this region.
Last year, the United Arab Emirates once again secured a position in the top 10 countries for global competitiveness. The renowned International Institute of Management Development (IMD) compiled the rating, analyzing world economies based on 336 criteria grouped into four key categories: financial performance, entrepreneurial activity, government effectiveness, and infrastructure quality. The leaders of this list create ideal conditions for business development, ensuring rapid economic growth.
Price is the most volatile element in any market, subject to influence by various factors that can lead to unexpected consequences, often beyond the foresight of experienced analysts.
Having analyzed the common mistakes in investing in real estate in Dubai, we would like to share our thoughts on why it is not advisable to sell real estate in Dubai soon (including 2025). To better understand this situation, we will look at the current situation in the real estate market in this Arab metropolis.
A steady flow of wealthy clients ensures high demand for real estate in Dubai, especially in the prestigious segment. The reasons for Dubai’s attractiveness are numerous. Firstly, the country is the world’s largest transport hub for global imports and exports, from Europe to Asia. The ideal location in the region ensures efficient and profitable planning of logistics flows. You can cross two-thirds of the planet in eight hours by plane from the Emirates, and the country has some of the busiest shipping and airports in the world.
The journey of investors in Dubai often involves navigating through challenging mistakes arising from practical situations in a market marked by its diversity. Understanding the intricacies of property ownership is crucial, including different statuses such as freehold, 99-year leasehold for specific locations, and properties inaccessible to foreign investors.
When relocating to Dubai, families with children often encounter the challenge of selecting a suitable school. The emirate boasts both public and private educational institutions, with a particular demand for private international schools offering English-language instruction, facilitating seamless entry into global universities. 
Since the establishment of the United Arab Emirates, the Emirs of Abu Dhabi have exerted substantial efforts to transform the fragile union of monarchies into a centralized state.

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