Newsletter – October, 2012
Tender Participation Dubai, UAE
Tender Participation Dubai, UAE UAE infrastructure continues to develop. This is well illustrated by selection of projects in our article “Dubai Projects – mega projects – the development continues,” The is a number of the similar projects in Dubai and other Emirates of the UAE – construction of roads, railways and adjacent infrastructure, projects related to the oil and gas industry, projects of construction of the public buildings, hospitals, supply of various goods and equipment, etc. and the budgets of these
Dubai population growth, UAE – one of the fastest in the world.
Dubai population growth, UAE – one of the fastest in the world. According to the international statistics, at present the Dubai population growth as well as population growth in other Emirates of UAE is one of the fastest and the country is one of the international leaders in the rate of the population growth path. And all this growth is despite the fact that in 1971 – date of the foundation of the United Arab Emirates – the country’s population was only around 300,000 people. The Dubai population growth and the growth
Dubai Projects – the mega projects – the development does not stop.
Dubai Projects – the mega projects – the development does not stop. Dubai and other Emirates of the UAE, despite the crisis affecting most of the countries in the world, continues previously scheduled plan of developing the country. This year the country has officially announced and launched the following Dubai projects: The project of extension of the water channel in Business Bay for 12.8 kilometers in length and 80 to 100 m in width, thereby increasing the overall length of the channel to 26.8 km, with the connection
Why Dubai developed?
Why Dubai is so unique today? In today’s world, countries can be divided into two categories. Countries with developed economy and infrastructure. When doing business in these countries the business is bound with the obligation to pay high taxes. Countries with developing economies. In some of these countries tax rates are noticably lower comparing to others. Certainly, there are also some existing developed economies that allow the use of preferential tax treatment for certain types of companies and certain types of