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|| Time Out New York wonders about Burj Dubai

In the latest issue of Time out New York, there is an article about Burj Dubai, the tallest tower in the world under construction in Dubai. In its title, the article is asking a key question: “As Dubai rushes to complete the tallest skyscraper on earth, New York is keeping a low profile. Why?”

The author is communicating the importance of Burj Dubai quite well: “It will be more than twice the height of our beloved Empire State Building”, she says. The article mentions some reasons on why New York is not following: (1) economics and money (2) bureaucracy and (3) they no longer care.

The New New York and New York. Now even Time Out is wondering …

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