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Dubai enjoys a strategic location and serves as the biggest re-exporting centre in the Middle East. Its low logistical and operational costs and excellent infrastructure, international outlook and liberal government policies are attracting investors in a big way. Activities such as trade, transport, tourism, industry and finance have shown steady growth and helped the economy to achieve a high degree of expansion and diversification.

Both business travelers and tourists find that Dubai offers ultra modern and the highest standards of comfort and luxury. With enormous construction and development in various industries, Dubai has attracted world attention through innovative real estate projects, sports events, conferences, championship grass golf courses, remote Bedouin villages, an array of five-star hotels and Guinness records. Dubai defies easy definition.

Dubai is an important tourist destination and port (Jebel Ali, constructed in the 1970s, has the largest man-made harbour in the world), but also increasingly developing as a hub for service industries such as IT and finance, with Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). Transport links are bolstered by its rapidly-expanding Emirates Airline, the USD 15 billion expansion of the Emirates Airlines Fleet and the USD 4 billion expansion of Dubai International Airport area is a testament of this commitment to attain such a goal.

The economy in Dubai enjoys a competitive combination of cost, market and environmental advantages that create an ideal and attractive investment climate for local and expatriate businesses alike. In fact, these advantages not only rank Dubai as the Arabian Gulf’s leading multi-purpose business center and regional hub city, but they place it at the forefront of the globe’s, dynamic and emerging market economies. Dubai, with its ancient commercial and seafaring traditions, has long been recognized as the Middle East region’s leading trading hub and has emerged as its key re-export center. In more recent years, the Emirate has become a major venue for a number of growing, profitable industries and activities:

The Government is dedicated to making Dubai a leisure and entertainment capital of the world aiming to bring in 15 million tourists by the year 2010. Dubai is a modern cosmopolitan city and is home to a mixture of more than 185 ethnicities that live in a lively, international setting and has become an icon of the 21st century walks hand in hand with the simplicity of a bygone era.

Wedged between Europe and Asia, buttressed by Africa, Dubai's encouraging tax regimes, state-of-the-art telecommunications and pro-business environment have produced a country that is building energetically on the advantages which location, centuries-old trading savvy and oil wealth have given it. Sunshine, shopping, seaside, sports and safety - five of the key ingredients that have earned Dubai a growing reputation as one of the world's most attractive and rapidly developing leisure destinations.

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