Dubai area is 3885 square kilometers. Dubai has only 72 kilometers of coastline along the Persian Gulf. Dubai 's population is about one million in 2007, but growing rapidly. The majority of the population consists of expatriates. Their goal is to become the dominant service center for the Middle East and the Arab world in general.
In the past few years, rainfall has been light and mostly happens during the first quarter of the year. However, heavy rain is not uncommon in Dubai during the winter months, and January 2008 saw a record of 120mm (or 5") of rain falling in just 24 hours, though only during one week. In 2007, Dubai population was one million and growing rapidly which lead to 2013 Dubai’s population stands at more than 2 million with three quarters of the population being male. The city of Dubai is made up of a multicultural society; with only 5% of local Emiratis, the rest are expatriates from all over the world as they are made up of expatriates which are the people who go there to work. The expatriate population comprises from South Asia such as India and Pakistan which cover 50% of Dubai population as they are working as cheap labor as well as filling professional positions.
Urbanization generally occurs as a result of aspects like industrial growth, economic stability and population increase. On the other hand, urbanization can be controlled by a variety of aspects like land possession barrier and barriers like coastlines. The factors that create an ideal investment environment for local and international business are mixture of cost, promotion and environmental benefits. Infact, these benefits not only positions Dubai as the Gulf’s chief versatile business centre but they puts it at the front position of the world’s versatile and developed economies. In recent years, Dubai has become a major location for a variety of emergent, commercial industries and
For instance, Jubail on the Arabian Gulf which has dozens of industrial facilities as well as factories and Yanbu on the Red Sea which has numbers of enterprises, a petrochemical complex, refineries and modern port. Localization economies. Benefits extracted from the agglomeration that appear to be variety of activities and directly connected with specific facility. For instance, a transport terminal, a seat of government (lobbying, law) or a large university. In other words, localization pertains to the adaptation the content of services and goods in order to meet the cultural, language and other demands of a specific target market.
This new knowledge was taken by the Europeans after The First Crusade occurred. From mosques to coins, Islamic art and architecture grew to very high standards, which are still here today (Hart-Davis, 2007). A very famous work of architecture,is, The Dome of The Rock which was built in 691 BCE - 692 BCE by an Umayyad Caliph Abd Al-Malik. The Dome of The Rock
Since from the growth, Dubai is solemnly established as the business, financial and commercial spot in the Middle East region. Because of its diverse market and rapid industrial growth. It creates an excellent opportunities for both companies and also the workers.
ICICI Bank runs its Regional Operations from here. The area is also home to multinational CROs such as Medtronic, Dupont, Parexel, Neuland Laboratories, InVentiv Health, PRA Health, Avesthagen, Makhteshim Agan, Multiplier Solutions and many more. Considering the extensive presence of corporate houses in the area, the real estate market of Gachibowli has been very dynamic in nature. Gachibowli offers a surfeit of housing options. Apartments in stand-alone buildings,
This is in line with the results indicated in Table 4.16 where majority of the respondents firm invested insignificant amount in R&D. 75.82% of the respondents firm spend between 1 to 50000 yuan on R&D while only 7.69% firms spent above 1 million yuan per year in R&D. Study also shown that 9 out 100 SMEs did not invest on R&D at all. As shown in Table 4.17, most SMEs did not spend significant amount of resources on R&D, so the percentage of R&D cost in company yearly expenses is relatively small (5% and below). Only five firms spent above 11% on their total expenses on R&D cost.
ABSTRACT One of the most important transportation facilities of today is the contribution of the airports to the cities in the name of globalization and city development. From this point of view, the integration of these airports into cities and the process of returning from city airports to airport cities are very important. The economic impact of these airports is very important for the city to stand out and for international connections. New urban concepts have emerged in this context. Some airports in the world are being constructed as aerotropolis, while others are being converted into these airports.
Introduction: As we know United Arab Emirates is one of the countries in the middle east that developing very fast, especially Dubai city and since the government of UAE are planning to increase the depend on the non-oil products, there are great opportunities for private sector to expand. This study will be important first to the government of the UAE, so they will decide if the privatization has really good impact or not. Second, it will be important to the companies or people who want to invest their money in the UAE. Third, it will be important to the customers, like are they going to have better services. There are many questions that we can ask in this research, is the privatization has a great future in the UAE or not?, What is the effects that will have to the economy?