Dubai’s preparations for the 2020 Expo and its recovery from the global financial crisis of the late 2000s are among the highlights in a new report released by publishing, research and consultancy firm Oxford Business Group (OBG).
As preparations for Expo 2020 Dubai gather pace, Ibn Battuta Gate offices, owned by luxury property developer Seven Tides, is capitalising on its location right in the heart of New Dubai, UAE, said a report.
The Ibn Battuta Gate O
Following a period of stabilisation, the Dubai housing market could experience a supply shortfall in 2020 as the World Expo, a six-month-long extravaganza, approaches, said an expert.
Dubai may need more low-end and ultra-luxury p
The UAE government will start issuing tenders for several major infrastructure projects in connection with the 'Dubai World Expo 2020' during the first quarter in 2015, said a report.
Dubai, which had won the right to host Expo
Master planning for the host venue for Dubai Expo 2020 at the Dubai Trade Centre - Jebel Ali, a 438-hectare site, is fast progressing and has entered the next stage in design, a report said.
Dubai Trade Centre - Jebel Ali includes
The Middle East capital projects and infrastructure industry is seeing renewed optimism, with 75 per cent of respondents expecting an increase in spending in the coming 12 months, according to a survey.
This is largely driven by m
Dubai Expo 2020 Preparatory Committee has readied the masterplan for the mega event and plans have been drafted to complete all major construction activities on site by October 2019, allowing for a full year of readiness testing across networks,
Dubai’s successful bid for the World Expo in 2020, the third largest global event after the FIFA World Cup and the Olympics. will provide UAE and GCC a healthy GDP boost, said a report.
Considering that the World Cup is bein
HOK, a US-based design, architecture, engineering and planning firm, led the design team that developed the masterplan for the Expo 2020 city, which is expected to draw more than 25 million visitors from October 2020 through April 2021.
Dubai’s successful bid to host World Expo 2020 will generate about $23 billion of output (25 per cent of the emirate’s current GDP) between 2015 and 2021, a report said.
Dubai’s real non-oil growth rate is curren