Business links between UAE and Germany boosted by new commercial development
A new German commercial development in Dubai will be used to reinforce business links between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Germany with the help of one of Europe's leading soccer clubs.
The German Centre Dubai, owned by Sheikh Rakadh Bin Salem Bin Rakadh Al-Ameri and developed in close cooperation with the German Industry and Commerce Office (AHK) in Dubai, will encourage the relocation of existing major German companies and government agencies under one roof.
Due for completion in mid-2005, the seven-storey development has been designed by German architect Lucas Scheid. It features 12,000 square meters of rentable office space, serviced offices, conference and event facilities, a business center, as well as a ground floor lobby with restaurant, shops and showroom, rooftop garden, and a luxury 60 room boutique hotel.
In addition, the facility will provide comprehensive support to German companies seeking to set up a base in Dubai for the first time.
AHK in Dubai has been involved from the inception of the project, participating at all stages from concept through execution, and tailoring the German Centre Dubai to suit the specific needs of German businesses and German staff in the Middle East.
Representing the Federation of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce, AHK is authorized and supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labor to promote bi-lateral trade between Germany and the UAE. The German Center Dubai will join Singapore, Shanghai and Mexico City in a worldwide network of similar facilities. — (menareport.com)
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