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|| "Hedge Fund Manager" Special Report about Dubai

HFM Week, the "Hedge Fund Manager" weekly magazine based in the UK, has published a special report on Dubai from the hedge fund perspective.

"In light of global turmoil, Dubai's current economic situation compares favourably to some of the world's more established markets. While in the US and Europe the value of stocks nosedive and banks struggle for liquidity, investments in the Middle East have weathered the financial storm with relative vigour", reads the opening summary.

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