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  2. Dubai Ports World controversy - Wikipedia

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    The Dubai Ports World controversy began in February 2006 and rose to prominence as a national security debate in the United States. At issue was the sale of port management businesses in six major U.S. seaports to a company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and whether such a sale would compromise port security .

  3. DP World - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .dpworld .com. DP World is an Emirati multinational logistics company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It specialises in cargo logistics, port terminal operations, maritime services and free trade zones. Formed in 2005 by the merger of Dubai Ports Authority and Dubai Ports International, DP World handles 70 million containers ...

  4. List of companies of the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia

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    Location of the United Arab Emirates. The United Arab Emirates is a country at the southeast end of the Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf.. The economy is the second largest in the Arab world (after Saudi Arabia), with a gross domestic product (GDP) of US$570 billion (DH 2.1 trillion) in 2014.

  5. Dubai Multi Commodities Centre - Wikipedia

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    The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) is a commodities exchange and free-trade zone in the United Arab Emirates. It is located in the Jumeirah Lake Towers district of Dubai . The DMCC was created in 2002 and deals in four main sectors: precious commodities (e.g., gold, diamonds); energy; steel and metals and agricultural commodities (e.g ...

  6. Transworld Group (Shipping and Logistic company) - Wikipedia

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    Website. www.transworld.com. Transworld Group of companies is a shipping agency, headquartered in United Arab Emirates (Dubai), established by R. Sivaswamy in 1977. Transworld offices are spread across the world – United States, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and 28 cities in India. [2] [3] [4]

  7. United Arab Emirates corporate law - Wikipedia

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    A company can create a permanent establishment, create an entity in any of the UAE free zone, enter into a commercial agency agreement, establish a branch office, create a civil company (currently possible to establish a company in Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman). Limited Liability Company

  8. Category:Companies based in Dubai - Wikipedia

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    Dragon Oil. Du (company) Dubai Aerospace Enterprise. Dubai Airports Company. Dubai Bank. Dubai Design District. Dubai Electricity and Water Authority. Dubai Financial Market. Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange.

  9. The Emirates Group - Wikipedia

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    The Emirates Group is a subsidiary of the Dubai government investment company, Investment Corporation of Dubai. The group has recorded a profit every year, except the second, and growth has never fallen below 20% a year. In its first 11 years, it doubled in size every 3.5 years, and has every four years since.