"One day in 1959, he borrowed many millions of dollars from his oil-rich neighbor, Kuwait, to dredge the creek until it was wide and deep enough for ships. He built wharves and warehouses and planned for roads and schools and homes. Some thought he was mad, others just mistaken, but Sheikh Rashid believed in the power of new beginnings."
Previous Post: Two-employees office of Brocade in the Middle East
Next Post: CNN Interviews National Geographic Author on Dubai