UAE. The winds of change whipping through the Middle East during the Arab Spring of 2011 never quite made it to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The country’s strong, oil-fuelled economy and robust public spending have acted as a protective shield from the region’s storm of pro-democracy protests.
UAE citizens, who make up less than a fifth of the country’s 8.2 million residents, are among the most privileged in the world. Assisted from birth to death by funds from the nation’s oil wealth, they also have the social advantages that come with living in one of the region’s most
UAE. Dubai Chamber collaborates with alibaba.com to offer businesses in the MENA region a unique opportunity to create new market prospects and to sell their products and services to businesses worldwide.
UAE. It is one thing - and a relatively easy thing - to express ambitions; it is quite another to put together a clear strategy on how those ambitions can be achieved, says London Business School's Freek Vermeulen.