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|| Dubai is 'Disneyland for Adults' - The Arizona Republic

Herman Chanen founded Chanen Construction in Arizona back in 1955 with $1,000. Today his company has $400 million-plus in annual earnings. He recently visited Dubai to check out a potential business deal and talks to The Arizona Republic regarding his trip. He is amazed:

"It was one of the most, and maybe the most, fascinating trips I've ever been on". "It just absolutely blew me away. I've never seen anything like it." After visiting Dubai, he went to Paris for a week, "but I wished I had stayed in Dubai. It's Disneyland for adults." (Read the full story on The Arizona Republic)



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