OBG launches `The Report: Dubai 2008'
Dubai, November 3, 2008
Oxford Business Group (OBG), the highly acclaimed global publishing, research and consultancy firm, has launched The Report: Dubai 2008, the latest of its annual business guides to the emirate.
Rated as the premier guide to Dubai, the publication features a series of exclusive interviews with leading political and economic figures in the emirate.
The interviews and the analysis of The Report, describe Dubai as a pro-business city based on solid convictions and strong commitments to override any challenge that is an outcome of global economic or political upheavals.
'Dubai has managed to launch a successful diversification of its economy, which will be particularly important as the emirate develops,' stated Oliver Cornock, OBG regional editor.
'Growth in virtually every sector, particularly in real estate and construction, as well as the financial services sector, is enormous.'
The Report: Dubai 2008 has been published with primary research partner the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and also with the National Bank of Dubai as banking partner, the Millennium Finance Corporation as capital markets partner, Holman Fenwick Willan as legal partner and Grant Thornton as accountancy partner.
'The Report: Dubai 2008 is a unique publication which provides regional and foreign direct investors with the intelligence and information they need to guide their investments into this vibrant, expanding and rapidly transforming economy,' added Chase Thompson, editorial manager.
Rated as the premier guide for foreign direct investment into the emirate’s dynamic economy, The Report offers a comprehensive and detailed assessment of Dubai’s opportunities for growth, the economic challenges which lay ahead, and the overall attractiveness of the emirate for investors.
With an international distribution of 76,000, the 200-page publication provides a complex guide to the many facets of Dubai, including its macroeconomics, infrastructure, political landscape, banking and sectoral developments, and is considered the most comprehensive intelligence review produced on the emirate.-TradeArabia News Service