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Introduction about Dubai & the UAE

Dubai is one of the seven Emirates (states) that joined together in 1971 to form the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The other members are Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain (each Emirate is named after its main city).

Favorable business conditions and shrewd investment decisions have led to Dubai

becoming one of the Gulf’s most successful and rapidly expanding economic environments and Dubai is now firmly established as the business, financial and commercial hub of the region. It is a prosperous and diverse market and the employment growth required to match its expansion provides excellent opportunities for both clients and candidates. Indeed, Dubai has the fastest growing population in the world and is home to an exciting, diverse, multi-cultural blend of young, dynamic, professional people all enjoying the unrivalled quality of life the Emirate has to offer. People are drawn to the City as much for lifestyle reasons as for the outstanding employment prospects on offer.


The climate in Dubai is dry, subtropical and rain is very rare.

The hottest months are between June and September when the temperature often tops 45 to 50°C during the day and the humidity is very high.

The temperature of the ocean can reach 37°C at the hottest part of the summer.

Hotel pools are cooled in the summer and heated in the winter.

The weather in October, November and April offer more reasonable temperatures of between 30°C and 35°C, but the best time to visit Dubai is between the months of December and March, when the temperature is pleasurable and the warm waters and sybaritic spas are sure to have the greatest effect, when the average temperature is 24°C.


The Dirham (AED) is the currency of the United Arab Emirates

The ISO 4217 code (currency abbreviation) for the United Arab Emirates dirhamis AED.

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