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International - The National
The National is the Middle East's leading English-language news service bring you the latest news, opinion and features from the region and internationally.
journalism  politics  business  english  language  news  abu-dhabi  emirates  middle-east  saudi-arabia 
july 2018 by asaltydog
Siemens shows it knows green design inside out at its new Masdar headquarters - The National
Nick Leech talks to the designers of the new Siemens Building, the latest addition to Masdar City, and discovers a project that turns the normal operating procedures of architecture on their head.
architecture  design  urban  planning  alternative  technology  environment  renewable  energy  abu-dhabi  emirates  middle-east  saudi-arabia 
july 2018 by asaltydog
Masdar City | Architecture Projects | Foster + Partners
Masdar City combines state-of-the-art technologies, creating a desert community that aims to be carbon neutral and zero waste.
architecture  design  urban  planning  alternative  technology  renewable  energy  abu-dhabi  emirates  middle-east  saudi-arabia 
july 2018 by asaltydog
Masdar
Masdar is the regional leader and a major international player in renewable energy and sustainable urban development.
architecture  design  urban  planning  alternative  technology  renewable  energy  abu-dhabi  emirates  middle-east  saudi-arabia 
july 2018 by asaltydog
Commercial aviation: Super-duper-connectors from the Gulf | The Economist
A NEW force is emerging in the world of air travel, in the form of three Gulf airlines with jumbo ambitions. Within a decade Dubai’s Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad from Abu Dhabi will between them have the capacity to carry almost 200m passengers a year, nearly four times as many as they took with them last year. A similarly spectacular rise in capacity is taking place at their home airports, all within spitting distance of each other. By 2015 Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi will be able to handle around 190m passengers a year. When Dubai’s new five-runway mega-airport is finished, capacity will rise by another 70m—to about the same number of passengers as were handled last year by a combination of Heathrow, JFK, Narita, Changi and Frankfurt.
gulf-region  in:economist  aviation  dubai  UAE  abu-dhabi  qatar  emirates  etihad 
june 2010 by yangmeyer
Abu Dhabi to Bolster Citigroup With $7.5 Billion Capital Infusion - WSJ.com
Citigroup, seeking to restore investor confidence, is receiving a $7.5 billion cash infusion from the investment arm of the Abu Dhabi government. As a result of the deal, the investment authority known as ADIA will become one of Citigroup's largest shareh
abu-dhabi  citigroup  citi  capital  investment  news  wsj  2007  2007-11  2007-11-26 
november 2007 by seeminglee

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