Arash and Helena have been collaborating at least twice before this joint (‘Broken Angel’ and ‘One Day’) and the formula once again proves to be successful. Enjoy!
“Almost everyone knows about Dubai and its vast expanse of riches. The city is a part of the United Arab Emirates and has been synonymous with oil for the major part of the last century. Most people think that Dubai became rich due to it being a part of the Gulf, the oil well of the world, but the major part of around a $100 billion revenue of the state comes from prosperous areas like real estate, airlines and ports. Oil comprises only seven percent of the total revenue whereas the rest of the income comes from heavy investments in industries and land.
The reason behind the progressive development of the state can be due to the western methods that have been adopted by Dubai rulers. In the early 1980’s, it was understood that Dubai would not be able to last long in the competitive race if the focus was only given to oil resources. Thus foundations were laid for investments in real estate that are now the major backbone of the Arab economy. In the year 2000, the majority of property development started taking place in the vicinity. This gave a fresh impetus to the economy and literally led to a boom.
In the year 2000, the world saw the opening of the Dubai Internet City. This invited global clients from all arenas and helped Dubai’s businesses to leverage. The InfoTech hub was completely tax free and attracted lots of investors. The 2003 boom led many foreign investors to notice the emirates and then plan to invest there. The best part about the property rules at that was that property owners could only own their respective properties for a period of ninety-nine years and hence there was nothing called freehold rule. It was during this time that major buildings like the Burj Khalifa constructed by Emaar properties, Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Village and Burj Al-Arab, the World’s most expensive hotel and other such projects came underway.”
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“Best video on Dubai. This Dubai documentary film is on the luxury trip of Piers Morgan to Dubai concludes. Piers toured the area with Dr Sulaiman Al Fahim on the billionaire’s private jet. This documentary film has some of the jaw dropping moments, starting from when Piers Morgan enters one of the most successful cities of the world, Dubai. The huge skyscrapers and the urban life in the luxury Dubai really make viewers jealous at homes. The Dubai documentary film includes some interviews from the higher officials, royals, and people with influence. Their lifestyles of partying and using their wealth in actions and events those are strictly entertainment to them.
The life in Dubai has many benefits. The luxury of the city and the services provided in Dubai are just amazing. The Dubai documentary film takes the viewers close to the real soul of Dubai. The major attractions that Piers Morgan helps the users with locating are the huge shopping malls and major skyscrapers. The shopping malls in Dubai are too many and each of them is better than the other. This documentary starts from the scenes of Dubai from before 20 years. It was plain desert. Not anything was been built but there were also no people living there.
In just 20 years, it attracts the most respectable people from around the world to settle their meetings there. The most expensive hotels and their luxury has been just a touch of Dubai that the viewers of this documentary seem to enjoy. The documentary has shown the wealthiest of the Muslims community living their lives in Dubai. Piers Morgan with his interest in Dubai himself becomes impressed after living a few days there. The interviews in this Dubai documentary are rather more enjoying and fascinating. The viewers in this documentary gets a feel of being entertained every here and there.“
In an attempt to encourage healthier living, Dubai has launched a scheme in which they offer gold in return for weight loss.
Link to article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/dubai/10275698/Dubai-offers-gold-in-return-for-weight-loss.html