Mayors and leaders from world’s leading cities to gather in Abu Dhabi to discuss future of urban living – albawaba.com

albawaba.com reports

“…..high-profile set of municipal leaders will participate in the Mayors Panel of Global City 2009, the two-day international forum scheduled for April 7 – 8 at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi. The Global City 2009 conference, currently in its fourth edition, is taking place in the Middle East for the first time.”

[SOURCE: albawaba.com - Mayors and leaders from world’s leading cities to gather in Abu Dhabi to discuss future of urban living]

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Crystal Fountains wins Masdar design contract – ConstructionWeekOnline.com

ConstructionWeekOnline.com reports

Water feature specialist Crystal Fountains has secured the contract to design and build the water displays of the headquarters of Abu Dhabi’s Masdar City, Commercial Outdoor Design can reveal.

SOURCE: ConstructionWeekOnline.com – Crystal Fountains wins Masdar design contract

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Dubai contractors face cash flow crisis – FT.com

FT.com reports

“Some contractors and consultants have not been paid for up to six months, and large Dubai-affiliated developers owe billions of dollars, according to contractors, lawyers and executives…”

SOURCE: FT.com / Middle East – Dubai contractors face cash flow crisis

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Giant glass panels arrive for the leaning tower of Abu Dhabi – Building

Building.co.uk reports

“The world’s biggest flatbed delivers diamond-shaped glazing panels for the RMJM-designed Capital Gate building

Monster glass panels for Abu Dhabi’s ‘leaning tower’ development have arrived on what the project team claims is the world’s biggest flat bed truck.

The panels are for the Capital Gate building, which architect RMJM recently submitted for the Guinness Book of Records as the ‘world’s most inclined building’.”

[SOURCE: Building.co.uk - Giant glass panels arrive for the leaning tower of Abu Dhabi]

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Cash boost for property firms – The National Newspaper

The National Newspaper reports

“Firms fully or partially owned by the Government, such as Dubai Properties, Emaar Properties and Nakheel, will be able to tap into the first US$10 billion (Dh36.73bn) of what will eventually be a $20bn sovereign bond programme, to meet their financial obligations. The Central Bank agreed to lend the money to Dubai earlier last week.”

[SOURCE: The National Newspaper - Cash boost for property firms]

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