TAKE A LOOK - Dubai bounces back from debt crisis

Dubai's image among investors has recovered dramatically over the past year as

the impact of its 2008-2010 corporate debt crisis and real estate market

collapse has faded.

Click on the links below to see a range of recent, major stories.


>Dubai developer Deyaar doubles Q1 net profit

>Abu Dhabi says financial zone to bridge gap in global day

>UAE regulator pledges consultation after easing fund rule

>INTERVIEW-Dubai's DIB eyes double-digit growth, M&A

>Dubai developers talk tall and big amid propety recovery

>UAE's Emal secures $3.4 bln bank debt, hints no bond issue

>Dubai airport passengers jump 20.6 percent in March

>Emirates NBD eyes 25-40 pct retail lending boom

>Dubai March inflation rises to 0.6 pct y/y

>Emirates adds Roland Garros to global sponsorship drive

>UAE credit bureau's June start time challenging - bankers

>INTERVIEW-Dubai DME drops fuel oil plans to focus on crude


>MIDEAST WEEKAHEAD-Dubai's bull market may just be starting

>DEALTALK-Gulf expansion push buoys Middle East banking M&A

>POLL-Gulf Arab economies to keep growing despite lower oil

>Dubai flights rely on fuel refined from Iranian oil

>Dubai housing stock to bounce back as projects revived

>MIDEAST MONEY-Dubai gears up for next, more modest boom

>MIDEAST DEBT-Gulf bonds' huge order books not so solid

>MIDEAST DEBT-Islamic banks diversify money market deals

>MIDEAST MONEY-Islamic endowments edge to modern management

>Property speculators' return fuels Dubai bubble fear

>Geopolitics, sanctions weigh on Dubai consumer banking

>Dubai economy bets on superjumbo air travel boom

>Financing challenge overhangs Dubai projects

>High-flying Dubai managers back in charge as crash fades

>Ghosts of Dubai World past may haunt emirate


>Dubai CDS, bond yield and stocks http://link.reuters.com/myg35t

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