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    Minister of Economy opens 14th International Property Show

    Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, inaugurated today the highly-anticipated 14th edition of the International Property Show (IPS) at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, in the presence of Majida Ali Rashid, Assistant Director General and Head of the Real Estate Investment Management and Promotion Center at Dubai Land Department,DLD, and Dawood Al Shezawi, Head of the Dubai Property Festival Organising Committee.

    This year, the festival also features ‘Country"...

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    Dubai's DIFC launches new drive to attract Asian investmentApril 19, 2018

    Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has announced three new strategic initiatives as part of plans to cement its global status as a competitive business destination.

    DIFC’s three initiatives focus on attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), particularly from south-east Asia, enabling Dubai Government entities to complete financial services within DIFC, and facilitating the provision of financial products through Dubai.

    Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and chairman of the Executive Council, has assigned the Council to"...

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    Green Business Summit opens in Abu DhabiApril 19, 2018

    The Green Business Summit 2018 opened in Abu Dhabi yesterday (April 17) highlighting the significant opportunities and challenges faced by business leaders and policymakers in adopting sustainable development practices.

    Charles Goddard, The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Asia-Pacific editorial director, welcomed attendees at the event organised by The Economist Events, part of the global English-language weekly newspaper, at the Rosewood Hotel.

    Goddard said: “Sustainability and green business are the defining issues, the defining themes of our time. It has been roughly two years since the Paris Agreement when the world agreed to cap global emissions to limit climate change and global"...

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    Men's tailoring: the art of bespoke couture in the UAE

    Can you imagine some of the most iconic moments in cinema history if the person on screen were dressed differently? Think about Cary Grant in Hitchcock’s North By Northwest as he’s pursued across fields by a plane, while wearing Bermuda shorts and a T-shirt; Sean Connery lighting his cigarette at the baccarat table in the beginning of Dr No, in jeans and a ribbed sweater instead of that beautiful midnight blue tuxedo; Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair clad in a tracksuit and trainers rather than his three-piece Glen check suit, pale blue shirt and dark blue tie. It’s fair to say these scenes would not have had quite the same impact.


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    Style for the masses

    Who doesn't like to do a bit of online shopping? And if it's an edit put together by three of India's most style savvy women, and affordable, what's not to love? That's exactly what is - masstige with a high celebrity quotient. It merges commerce, content and celebrity. The Label Life, earlier known as The Label Corp, edit is done entirely by celebrity 'taste-makers' Malaika Arora, Sussanne Khan and Bipasha Basu. They curate signature pieces of home décor, fashion and accessories. The founder, 40-year-old Preeta Sukhtankar has previously worked at fashion magazines in India before moving to MTV.


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    UAE's green tourism in spotlight at Arabian Travel Market

    Developing the tourism industry across the GCC - now one of the fastest-growing regional hospitality markets in the world - is key to the region’s diversification away from oil, but it is resource-intensive and has a wide-reaching impact on the natural environment in terms of CO2 emissions, water and energy demand, food waste, noise and light pollution.

    Dubai’s Tourism Vision for 2020 plans to attract 20 million visitors per year by 2020, doubling the number welcomed in 2012 and developing a sustainable tourism industry will be vital: “It’s not just energy reduction that hotels need to look at,' says Harold Goodwin, managing"...

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    Silicon Valley’s Plug and Play woos Gulf banks for deals with its fintech start-ups

    Plug and Play, Silicon Valley’s tech accelerator that counts Google and Dropbox among its investments, is seeking to attract Gulf banks to work with its FinTech start-ups in Abu Dhabi and considering expansion into sectors from healthcare to smart cities.

    The FinTech accelerator programme, in partnership with Abu Dhabi Global Market, will host a corporate event on May 3, when senior executives of at least 18 financial institutions, from credit card companies to investment banks, will hear Plug and Play’s pitch, Omeed Mehrinfar, managing partner of Plug and Play Middle East, told The National. Leaders from other sectors that it’s"...

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