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Dubai is a global city and the Middle East's business capital. It is the UAE's most populous city, and it is located in the country's north-eastern region. The real estate, trade, tourism, and financial services industries are the most significant contributors to Dubai's GDP, making it one of the world's fastest-growing economies.


Abu Dhabi, the UAE's largest Emirate and capital are situated on the Arabian Peninsula's south-eastern tip, adjacent to the Persian Gulf. The city covers more than three-quarters of the UAE's land area and is the federation's second most populous Emirate, after Dubai.

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Sharjah is the safest and most advanced Emirate in the world. More than 45 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product is accounted for by business activities (G.D.P.). The Emirate offers excellent opportunities for foreign investors because it is the only city with access to ports on the Arabian Gulf's eastern and western coasts, as well as the Indian Ocean and direct connections to North Africa.

Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), in the UAE's northwestern corner, shares mountainous borders with the Sultanate of Oman and is sandwiched between the Arabian Gulf and the Hajjar Mountains on the east. RAK is only 45 minutes from Dubai and is quickly becoming a popular investment destination for international investors.

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Ras Al Khaimah (RAK)

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With an estimated area of 260 square kilometers and a location on the Arabian Gulf coast, Ajman is the smallest of the UAE's seven emirates. Manufacturing, real estate, retail, construction, transportation, and business services are the most important industries in Ajman. In Ajman, business setup necessitates meticulous planning and decision-making.


Fujairah is the only emirate in the UAE located on the eastern side (Gulf of Oman), giving it a distinct advantage over the other six emirates along the Arabian Gulf. Fujairah is well connected to the UAE's other major cities, such as Dubai, Sharjah, and Abu Dhabi, making it an ideal business hub.

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The United Arab Emirates is divided into seven emirates. Umm Al Quwain is one of the newest and least-known Emirates. It is in the process of being developed and is located near Dubai and Sharjah. UAQ is the UAE's least populated state, with the second smallest land area among the UAE's states.

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