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|| "Surprising Dubai" - BusinessWeek

The author of Executive Life, the popular BusinessWeek's column, writes about his recent trip to Dubai.

“Global banks are rushing to set up offices in the new Dubai International Financial Center. Corporations from Microsoft to Cisco Systems are opening regional or, in Halliburton's case, world headquarters there. So business travelers are increasingly likely to find themselves in the garish little emirate with its clogged streets and pricey hotel rooms.”

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