Expo City Dubai to push innovation to new heights: Sheikh Ahmed

A perfect setting and cutting-edge physical, digital, and virtual infrastructure will be offered by Expo City Dubai, driving creativity to new heights. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Supreme Committee to Supervise the Expo 2020 Dubai District, asserted that the City will serve as a catalyst for changemakers of all ages.

"We have established new standards for upcoming international gatherings to adhere to the UAE's distinctive philosophy of working together for the common benefit. On the eve of the introduction of Expo City Dubai, which will be built at the Expo 2020 site, Sheikh Ahmed remarked, "We continue to carry out the vision of our leadership at Expo site, which has evolved to become a worldwide significant landmark.

we begin a new chapter that will uphold Dubai and the UAE's legacy as an asset to the area and the wider world. " Expo City Dubai will be an integrated destination that offers the essential ingredients for success and fosters a culture of collaboration and an ecosystem that supports global and sustainable growth," said Sheikh Ahmed, who is also the chairman and CEO of Emirates Airline and Group and the president of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority.

The Director-General of Expo and Minister of State for International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates, Reem Al Hashimi, also gave a keynote address on Monday at the Bureau International des Expositions in Paris.

Despite the global epidemic, she claimed that 24.1 million people attended Expo 2020.

"Despite the pandemic's constant uncertainty, we safely received millions of tourists throughout the globe. We welcomed people from all continents, all religions, and all cultures throughout the course of the past six months said Al Hashimi, who also claimed that "together we have shown that we can create a new world that is healthier and safer. We created a city that is uniquely inclusive, creative, smart, and sustainable.

Property Investment in Qatar

Gas-rich With a scheme giving those who buy houses or stores the right to name the Gulf nation their home, Qatar has thrown open its real estate market to outsiders.

The program, which was announced in September, is the most recent in a line of measures aimed at attracting foreign investment and diversifying Qatar's economy away from its reliance on fossil fuels in time for the 2022 World Cup.

Rich people are encouraged to take into account the gleaming beachfront towers of Doha's artificial Pearl island or the brand-new Lusail city project that abuts a World Cup stadium. Mall retail spaces also qualify purchasers for residency.

According to consultant ValuStrat's Price Index for residential property, the reforms could also help absorb an oversupply of apartments that has left sparkling towers half-empty and caused prices to fall by almost a third since 2016.